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Justia Review
Justia Review


Justia provides free case law, codes, regulations and legal information for lawyers, business, students and consumers worldwide. It has free databases of United States law, case law, codes, statutes and regulations.

It features a searchable database of all US Supreme Court decisions since the 1790s with links to secondary sources such as legal blogs, books, articles and audio recordings of oral arguments. You can ask your questions to lawyers for free at Justia Ask a Lawyer. You can also compare various law portfolios of attorneys on Justia. Which are comprehensive lawyer profiles including fees, education, jurisdictions, awards, publications and social media.

It updates you with cases in the news like the Apple lawsuit- Antitrust, patent and other lawsuits involving Apple, including Apple e-books antitrust litigation. Facebook Lawsuits – Copyright, patent, contract and other lawsuits involving Facebook. Google Lawsuits – Copyright, patent, contract and other lawsuits involving Google and Tesla Motors Lawsuits – Securities, patent, personal injury and other lawsuits involving Tesla Motors.

Their Legal practice areas are Injury Law, Family Law, Estate Planning, Read Estate Law, Intellectual Property, Employment & Labour, Criminal Law, Business Law, Immigration and Foreign & International Law. Further they provide with Pro Bono Services in Personal injury, Criminal law, Family Law, Business law and Tax law.

They have a LGBTQ (Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer) Legal centre provides up-to-date information about legal issues uniquely or disproportionately affecting LGBTQ individuals in areas including family law, employment law, immigration, housing, military service, juvenile law, and other topics.

They have vast range of legal resources, finding a lawyer and legal marketing is just a few of them. Visit the website to check out the other resources. It is a good place for law students because it provides you with financial aid, admissions and course outlines. Law students can apply for employment through this portal. It allows fresh law graduates to make a name for themselves.

If you subscribe to their newsletter, the web space will provide you with 1) Legal Analysis & Commentary: Verdict, Justia’s online legal news and commentary magazine, covers a broad range of topics, including constitutional law and civil rights, law and economics, family law, consumer protection, political discourse, and speech and religion. Columns are written by noted legal scholars, law professors and commentators.

2) Daily & Weekly Opinion Summaries: Daily and weekly summaries from all federal appellate and all state Unites States supreme courts. helps in legal marketing as it promises to deliver premium marketing solutions to lawyers seeking to expand their online marketing reach. Whether you are looking for search engine optimisation, a new law firm website design or need a complete online marketing strategy. It helps you attract more clients and connect with them.

The site aims to help their customers with all their legal needs. It is like a virtual law firm where you can network through your clients and lawyers online. Customers can research and keep themselves updated with the developing case law in the States. If you are a practicing lawyer you can upload your profile and take your legal practice to another level. The Justia and Legal Information Institute (LII) Lawyer Directories enable lawyers to claim and complete a professional attorney profile for free in order to enhance their visibility on the Internet. By claiming their profile, they can increase their access to prospective clients and strengthen their reputation among their peers and in the legal community. People who are looking to hire an attorney are more likely to visit the profile and contact a lawyer. They provide the customers with a “Lawyer directory” it is a free online resource that provides detailed profiles of lawyers, law firms, and non-profit legal service and legal aid organisations in the United States. There is no fee to be listed and have a complete profile in the Justia Lawyer Directory.

In this day & age where social networking sites are connecting people it is extremely refreshing to see that legal sites are being made to help the legal community grow. It enables legal members to make a name for themselves in their desired area of law. This effort should be encouraged and appreciated. The only disadvantage this site has is that it’s restricted to United States only.

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