The Largest Free Law Library

Fastcase recently launched what it claims to be the largest free law library. Granted, that library is online, but that's nothing to take away from the fact that it boasts a collection of 1.8 million pages of federal cases, all in the public domain. The collection also contains all US Appeals Courts decisions dating back to 1950.

The free part involves signing up for a 24 hour subscription or paying US$95 for a one month access.

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"The free part involves

"The free part involves signing up for a 24 hour subscription or paying US$95 for a one month access"

??? so you can pay $95 for free access? Cool!

Cornell

I like the Legal Information Institute ( LII ) at Cornell.

Every now and then when I get a few extra bucks I send them a check. It is indeed free -there is no obligation to send anything at all.

Theres nothing free about

Theres nothing free about it. can I sue for False advertisement?

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