FreeLegalWeb aims to offer free-of-charge online access to primary law of the UK, user-generated legal commentary, and relevant resources available on the free Web, all linked automatically by a content-analysis system.
According to the service’s About page, the beta version of FreeLegalWeb includes the following:
- core end-user functionality for browsing and searching the resources;
- a selected range of primary and secondary law resource records in the Citator; and
- authored content focused on Housing Law only.
For details of the development of FreeLegalWeb, please see the FreeLegalWeb blog.
For more information, please see the Free Legal Web About page.
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