AnyLaw Legal Research

AnyLaw Free Legal Research | US State and Federal Case Law

AnyLaw is a free legal research platform with coverage of US state and federal case law. AnyLaw provides a dynamic way for legal research, offering you access to massive amounts of valuable legal data, organized in a way that will save time and money.
Steven ToverSteven Tover, CEO of AnyLaw commented "Our massive library is comprised of data drawn from a multitude of resources and includes archival and current caselaw, as well as just released slip opinions, all accessible under leading-edge search technology. Fast and free access is what everyone needs when it comes to the law and that's what we are all about. AnyLaw provides a complete experience with daily updates, linked data, comprehensive research tools and filters, with the ability to save searches and download cases. Search results are citation based, with coverage across all precedential court levels. AnyLaw offers drill-down navigation to the system to make sure you can access cases quickly from either desktop or mobile devices."

Searching AnyLaw is straight forward and links to the areas are provided below:

Reviews of the AnyLaw platform are available below:

Brian Huffman, Electronic Services Librarian at University of Hawai'i at Manoa William S Richardson School of Law: AnyLaw: Legal Research for the AnyPerson
Forbes by Mary Juetten (Contributor): Free Legal Research For All: AnyLaw

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