Not sure how many of you followed the development of this free online legal research service. Apparently it has lost it's funding and as a result is no longer able to continue. See this post on the Law Librarian Blog for more information and links to some background information including Joe Hodniki's great interview with […]
The Cornell Law Library has partnered with Google to provide the Legal Research Engine. Thanks to Rob Richards for tweeting about Betsy McKenzie's post on Out of the Jungle. You can search for legal research guides, the 'legal internet', and academic blawgs (or all three combined). See Betsy's post for more information.
You may have heard the buzz about this new search engine WolframAlpha which it's creator, Stephen Wolfram, has dubbed a 'computational knowledge engine.' How does this search engine do when tasked with legal research type questions? Rob Richards, over at the Legal Informatics Blog, has summarized a discussion he's been hosting there. So far it […]