January 29, 2009
Open source online research tools
Here's one I just came across called PreCYdent that appears to have good depth and breadth when it comes to federal and state judicial decisions. Ironically, there happens to be an interview today with the founder of the site courtesy of the Law Librarian Blog.
Open source means it's free - and in this legal marketplace, most attorneys are looking for ways to retain clients and keep them happy by delivering services, such as legal research, at a competitive price. Open source research tools may be the wave of the future.
I am the scholarship dude.
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A very big and nice collection. Will be definitely useful. Thanks for your time.
Posted by: sayenjole | Feb 2, 2009 8:06:23 AM
Many thanks - you’ve made some good tools.
Posted by: sayen | Feb 2, 2009 8:48:14 PM