New Legal Research Site Offers Free Access to Court Documents,Legal Filings and Articles on the Law across All Practices
JD Supra posts court pleadings and rulings, as well as attorney articles and other content, giving
buyers of legal services a wealth of searchable content free ;Morrison Foerster, Mintz Levin, Lane
Powell, and Electronic Frontier Foundation among first to post content at launch
SAN FRANCISCO (March 2, 2008) – The legal profession has its first user-generated Web site
for free document search across all practice areas. San Francisco-based JD Supra announced that it has
launched operations, providing a free online repository of original legal documents and content that is certain to change the way buyers of legal services use the Web in finding the right attorney for any type of matter.
JD Supra offers lawyers from all disciplines a platform for posting official court filings and decisions, as well as original research, marketing materials and even document templates that can be accessed without fee by anyone using its site – www.jdsupra.com. It is one of the first Web 2.0 businesses designed expressly for the legal community at large.