Article Database for Lawyers
Over at Law Sites, Bob Ambrogi
tips us off to a free resource for lawyers, Litilaw, which provides easy access to hundreds of articles written by lawyers for CLE programs or for publication in legal periodicals. As Ambrogi describes:
The site focuses on collecting articles of interest to litigators and organizes them under more than 30 substantive and procedural categories. Search the full text of articles or browse them by categories or latest additions. Full articles are available only in PDF format. Litilaw provides a synopsis of each article, but the full text resides offsite at the article's original location -- usually a CLE provider or law firm. In fact, the site invites attorneys to add links to their own articles.
I've noticed that many law firms have been including valuable articles at their Web sites -- but they're often difficult to find through search engines. To the extent that Litilaw facilitates access to materials otherwise buried at law firm sites, it's a site that you'll want to add to your cache of online research resources.
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on March 27, 2007 at 02:58 PM | Permalink
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