For lawyers in private practice, corporate counsel, businesses, organizations, and government, we have a much more powerful subscriber edition built around our fully explorable law practice problem solving environment and intellectual capital system.
We call it Laugment
Why? Because it's an advanced lawyer augmentation system, a forerunner of things to come in 21st century law practice.
With Laugment as your assistant and guide, you can become better at the very things your clients want you to do best - spotting and refining legal issues and business risks, advising, drafting, negotiating, and advocating on their behalf, thinking creatively, and adding value as only experienced counsel can do.
The Legal Web has long needed a semantic "brain" to make it more useful to practicing lawyers. And lawyers have long needed new, more sophisticated lawyer-built law practice knowledge tools that help them in their core function, something general office technologies and search engines just can't do.
If you are serious about improving your own law practice quality and cost-effectiveness, call us or ask us to call you.
P.S. If you're a lawyer's client, we hope you'll suggest he or she add the boost only Laugment can provide. A little nudge into the "future" will prove beneficial to all!
Disclaimer: Laugment is not intended to substitute for a lawyer but rather to improve the lawyering process.
World Legal Resource Center
LawMoose's World Legal Resource Center Search Engine features a a specialty search engine indexing a selection of valuable legal research sites. We make special effort to include sites describing and linking to legal reference materials worldwide. Enter your search term in the search box above.
For more organized access to U.S. legal reference materials, use our Minnesota or Wisconsin Legal Reference Libraries, which include more than a thousand federal and general resources, including international resources, in addition to state-specific resources.
Announcement: The Internet Law Library, which has appeared on our Priweb.com site from 1999-2003 under the name, the Internet Law Library at Pritchard Law Webs, has come to LawMoose. LawMoose is in various senses an evolution of the concepts underlying the Internet Law Library. From 1994-1999, the U.S. House of Representatives maintained and published the Internet Law Library at one of the most prestigious addresses on the Internet: law.house.gov. Pritchard Law Webs, along with a few other sites worldwide, has acted as a successor publisher and preserver of this well-known and admired, pioneering world law portal. As time permits, we hope to remove some of the "historic" resources and integrate some of the best resources directly into LawMoose's thesaurus-powered Legal Reference Libraries. Meanwhile, we preserve the Internet Law Library, largely still in its original form for its continuing reference value.
If you currently link to the Internet Law Library at Pritchard Law Webs, please relink to http://www.lawmoose.com/internetlawlib/1.htm or to the World Legal Resource Center, http://www.lawmoose.com/index.cfm?CKS=WorldLaw.
Click any of our predefined, Super-Easy Search links below to receive results from the World Legal Resource Center Search Engine pertaining to any country or capital city anywhere in the world, or results pertaining to any U.S. state or Canadian province.
These Super-Easy Search links get you going toward your destination quickly because they are in an organized menu and because you do not have to check your spelling. Just select a term from the list, click, and you'll receive search results for that term. Nothing could be easier!