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What's New at LawMoose?
May 25, 2002: We publish an entirely new WorldLawSites collection containing more key and comprehensive legal research sites -- twenty of them as compared to twelve in our initial collection.
The sites are drawn from three continents - North America, Europe, and Australia. They literally cover the world, and many have an explicitly international focus.
Use any country as your search term, and you will have a superb collection of pages for finding law and legal information about that country.
It works the same with U.S. states, virtually any legal subject, and any other search term you can devise that targets the sort of content that leading reference sites are likely to be covering.
This is an alternative to searching billions of pages. Search just thousands of really good pages, and let them provide your map to your ultimate destination. With our WorldLawSites collection, and our web ecosystem management powers, you are one to four clicks away from any legal page, or for that matter, any page of any sort, on the Web. The big difference: we help you through the maze by our editorial judgments about what sites we add to our search collection and how we structure your investigation of other web resources.
May 14, 2002: We add the U.S. Department of Justice as an additional key option on our "Find Out More About" links appearing at the bottom of every page of search results. We previously have published an experimental collection of pages drawn from the U.S. Department of Justice web site. That collection is now redundant and will be removed. Our resources are best used in creating multi-site search collections. Our experiment led ultimately to this easier, more elegant solution, so we will declare it a success.
May 3, 2002: We add links to key sets of Minnesota court rules. The Minnesota Supreme Court has published them for everyone's free use. The addition of the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure, the Minnesota Rules of Criminal Procedure, Minnesota Rules of Juvenile Procedure, Minnesota Rules of Juvenile Protection, and Minnesota Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure helps fill a key gap in the primary legal resources available on the Minnesota Legal Web.
Since the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure are likely to be used the most, we have created and published our own Table of Contents to these rules.
We think the table of contents ought to load quickly and be visually pleasing. The Court in its infinite wisdom has published rules as one giant file that will take a while to load. Our quick loading Table of Contents lets you get a quick start into the rules and their organization.
And doesn't that neon green infuse a little pizzaz in those otherwise POCR (plain old court rules)!
April 16, 2002: While you don't see this on the site, we have created a nifty one-page full-color mind map that we title "LawMoose Features and Reference Map."
This is for LawMoose power users, and those who want to become power users. It will show you just what LawMoose is and what it can do for you. All the collections, advanced features and special settings can be taken in in a matter of a few seconds. What's more, the map is a ready reference because it shows you the big picture and the particulars.
Our map is designed for for power users and those who want to quickly become power users. At LawMoose, you do not need one of those thick reference manuals or tedious "documentation". As soon as you get your basic web browser navigation skills down, you're in business and in command of the Minnesota Legal Web.
January 5, 2002: We update our site masthead in honor of being named "Site of the Year" for 2001 by Netlawtools.com.