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Tuesday, May 09, 2006


Take a look at Wiki-Law...whose goal is to become the Wikipedia of the legal world. Here's a blurb from one of its founders:

I am one of the co-founders of Wiki-Law, http://www.wiki-law.org/, and thought you and/or your readers would enjoy our site. Wiki-Law's mission is to create a free, complete, up-to-date, and reliable world-wide legal guide and resource. In other words, our mission is to become the Wikipedia of the legal world. Attorney's can contribute to Wiki-Law in a variety of ways. They can:* submit a profile of their Law Firm* submit a profile of a Law School* Add to our growing legal dictionary* Add case briefs* Add legal forms* Write and set up their own blogs Wiki-Law can also help you promote your blog. We designed a system that will filter the best legal content. Here's how it works: If you follow this link, you can submit your article to our site. Other users can vote and comment on the link you submitted. Those articles with the most votes and the most comments are sorted to the front page of the website, meaning that more people will read these articles and go to your blog.

It's in its infancy but looks like it has potential. I didn't see any Illinois forms on the site as yet.


At 1:23 PM, Blogger UsuarioRemoto said...

hi, a few weeks ago the wiki law site goes down. Why? the proyect is dead?
I thing that site is very useful to build a better democracy, more participative and direct democracy power.

I hope you continue to support that proyect.


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