For lawyers in private practice, corporate counsel, businesses, organizations, and government, we have a powerful subscriber edition built around our fully explorable law practice problem solving environment and intellectual capital system, Laugment.TM
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Laugment provides advanced, easy-to-use law practice thinking architecture via your desktop or handheld device browser.
As of September 30, 2017, Laugment knew more than 309,200 words and phrases. Because they are interconnected by 1.295 million smart relationships, Laugment functions as an intellectual network extending your own mind. It also serves as a dynamic semantically-powered gateway to the best of the larger legal Web. If you don't have scores of dedicated knowledge management lawyers working on your behalf -- or, frankly, even if you do -- you need Laugment.
As a lawyer, you need an advanced lawyer-built law practice knowledge assistant / electronic mentor in myriad ways in your daily practice. But until Laugment came on the scene, the Legal Web had no semantic "brain" to make it more useful to practicing lawyers. The empty search box can't do what Laugment can do - make your most valuable asset -- your legal mind -- sharper, quicker, and more creative than ever. How? By functioning as an "intellectual prosthesis" magnifying your law practice mind through years of law practice modeling and legal transactive memory effects. Here's what others have said.
If you're a client, if you hire outside counsel, let's talk about how we can mutually support your law firms' step up to 21st century-style law practice.
Disclaimer: Laugment is not intended to substitute for a lawyer but rather to magnify the powers of smart people and improve the lawyering process.
Law-Related Information About Your Minnesota County, City, or Town
For county search, this form requests documents including your selected county name followed by the word County. Sometimes, a legal document may use the archaic, formal phrasing: "County of [your selection]", for example, "County of Hennepin". To make sure you find as many references as possible, search for that phrasing too by entering it into the LawMoose search term box.
For city/town search, this form requests documents containing the name of the selected city or town. If the town you are interested in has a distinctive name, this will work very well. If the name of your city or town is also frequently used in proper names or common speech, you probably will not be satisfied with the selectivity of the results displayed. In that case, you may wish to modify your search to look for City of [the name of your selection] or search first for the county in which your city or town is located -- then search for the town within those results.
General Note about Super-Easy Search:
Our Super-Easy Search tries its best to do all the work for you. Just select a term from the list and see what you find. Nothing could be easier!
But we cannot guarantee that Super-Easy Search will always produce what you are seeking. (It's not Guaranteed Search!) Some terms are more commonly used than others. Some terms may appear more or less frequently or not at all in certain collections. LawMoose uses "stemming" so you may receive too many results. In our testing, stemming sometimes is helpful and sometimes less so. We use it to increase the chance of your finding results because our collections are specialized and relatively small in the first place.