Internet legal research is done online and the legal research work can also be outsourced or offshored. Searching for legal briefs can be done easily on the Internet as there are many sources. Services and access to briefs are available for a price and also for free. What are the different sources online from where one can get access to legal briefs? Well these are the basic different source categories that can be considered when searching for briefs online.
- Court sources
- Federal bodies
- Law/advocacy groups
- Bar association sources
- General sites
- Paid portals
Westlaw and LexisNexis are two popular paid legal research sites for buying briefs. Find below some of the links to get free court sources of legal briefs.
Free briefs are also available at websites of the different bar associations like, American Intellectual Property Law Association, American Association of Law Libraries, American Bar Association, Section of Intellectual Property Law, Association of Corporate Counsel, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Intellectual Property Owners Association, and International Trademark Association.
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