Llrx.Com Launches New Court Rules Database
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Links to All Federal, State, and Local Court Dockets, Forms and Rules Available Free on the Internet

(November 9, 2000) -- LLRX.com, the premiere web journal dedicated to Internet legal research and technology-related issues, has launched a new database containing links to more than 700 sources for state and federal court rules, forms and dockets. Quick and easy to use, users can browse to find the resource they need, searching by type of court (bankruptcy, federal, etc.), type of data (rules, forms or dockets), by jurisdiction (choose a state) or searching by keyword.

"Court Rules, Forms & Dockets" is available at http://www.llrx.com/courtrules.

"Our users have told us that one of the most useful resources provided by LLRX was our article containing links to hundreds of court rules available for free on the Internet," said Cindy Chick Co-Editor, LLRX.com. "Over time, many courts have added dockets, forms, and rules to their sites. So we expanded our court rules coverage to update and expand our scope. This is a challenging task, as it is really hit-or-miss regarding what materials each court chooses to post on the Internet -- there's no standardization."

"If it's available anywhere on the Internet, we will make it accessible through this database," added LLRX.com Editor, Sabrina Pacifici. "We developed this database as a 'one-stop shop' for legal professionals in need of court information."

You can also search by typing in keywords into the search engine. The search engine is not completely up to speed, however. If you type in “McCracken” to find the local court rules of McCracken County, Kentucky, you'll be informed that no such item exists. However, if you click on “Kentucky” in the state directory and scroll down to “McCracken”, you will come upon a list of counties, one of which is McCracken County. Click on it and voila, the local rules of McCracken County unfold before your very eyes. Don't let this discourage you from checking out this great resource. The volume of court materials available through this database is nothing short of amazing.

LLRX.com can be found on the Internet at http://www.llrx.com.

P.S. Where is McCracken County?

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