Law.com Debuts Illinois Web Portal
Law.com, based in San Francisco, has launched Illinois.law.com, providing legal professionals with news and information related to the legal industry and practice.
The new site includes daily reporting on Chicago and downstate courts, including full-text opinions on all Supreme, appellate and 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decisions. It also includes daily court docket information and updated attorney dsicipline opinions from the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission.
In addition to the court coverage, Illinois.law.com will include local news coverage, produced on a daily basis by American Lawyer Media reporters and editors, under an exclusive content agreement. (American Lawyer Media is the parent of Law Technology News; law.com is a sister company of American Lawyer Media).
Coverage will include reports on lawyers and law firms making news throughout Illinois, verdict and settlement reports for key cases, updates on activities and calendars for state bar associations and a collection of statewide links. It will also publish guest columns by Illinois attorneys, experts and law professors, updates on local law firms and personnel moves.
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Quicklaw America is offering a research service for Illinois legal information. Subscribers receive access to all Quicklaw American online material, says the company, based in Chanhassen, Minn. Illinois materials include Supreme Court, state appellate and federal circult court decisions; Illinois Compiled Statutes; the Illinois Administrative Code; Supreme Court rules; as well as the U.S. Code, the Code of Federal Regulations; Fedearl Court Rules and international materials. The service includes topical databases, keyword searching and searach templates, says the company.
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Attorney's Briefcase Inc., of Oakland, Calif., says its Calif. research treatises now are available online at www.atybriefcase.com. The site includes California Evidence; California Family Law; Law & Motion; and Children and the Law, and others. The service is via subscription or pay-per-view basis. Also available: Brief-Case OnCall update service.
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LEXIS Publishing has released its Matthew Bender Delaware Corporate law Library on Authority. The material is available through Authority on Demand at bender.com, or in a six CD-ROM set. The library is a linked collection of practice-oriented treatises, caselaw, statutes and rules, says the company, and more.
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