MD Attorneys - Legal Research Tools That Won't Break The Budget

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With today’s technologies, legal research is quickly becoming accessible to many who could not previously afford the steep cost of access to services like Westlaw and LexisNexis. To a solo practitioner just hanging out a shingle, the need to access Westlaw is towards the bottom of their startup cost list underneath rent, supplies, telephone, malpractice insurance, furniture, computers, software and Internet access, just to name a few. In the name of saving a few dollars, the solo practitioner (or small firm, for that matter) will opt to either visit the local law library or pay a visit to a colleague’s office with an onsite library.

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