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FindLaw

FindLaw
FindLaw logo
Web address .com.findlawwww
Commercial? Yes
Available in English
Owner Thomson Reuters
Launched 1995

FindLaw is a business of Thomson Reuters that provides online legal information and online marketing services for law firms. FindLaw was created by Stacy Stern, Martin Roscheisen, and Tim Stanley in 1995, and was acquired by Thomson West in 2001.[1]

FindLaw.com is a free legal information website that helps consumers, small-business owners, students and legal professionals find answers to everyday legal questions and legal counsel when necessary. The site includes case law, state and federal statutes, a lawyer directory, and legal news and analysis.

It also includes a free legal magazine called Writ, whose contributors (mostly legal academics) argue, explain and debate legal matters of topical interest.

FindLaw offers website development and Internet advertising services for legal professionals and extended members of the legal community through lawyermarketing.com.

In 2010, following the 2009 acquisition of the solicitor recommendation service Contact Law, FindLaw launched FindLaw UK (www.findlaw.co.uk), a website for businesses and individuals in the UK looking for information on legal topics or a solicitor.


References

  1. ^ Anderson, Brian (January 2001). "FindLaw.com Founders Discuss Entrepreneurship and FindLaw's Future". U.C. Davis Bus. L.J. 1 (1): 2. 

External links

  • FindLaw Home Page
  • FindLaw Australia
  • FindLaw UK
  • FindLaw Canada


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