It’s funny (ironic, not ha ha) how the approach to marketing our wares has changed in such a short time. It was just a few months ago that I was in Chicago at the ABA Tech Show. Everyone was upbeat. Happiness was in the air. Birds were chirping. The sun shined all the time. Life was good and it was reflected in the news, social media and business dealings.
Since March, with the rise of COVID-19/Corona, the focus has shifted dramatically from the business as usual promotion of our products and services, to the selfless show of good will to all mankind. Information overload with all kinds of articles and blogs giving valuable information like using tech for social distancing, exercise and good positive mental attitude to avoid depression, techniques for managing while working from home juggling family and work, and ways for law firms to reduce costs in order to pass on the savings to clients.
WARNING: STOP READING NOW IF YOUR LIFE IS PERFECT AND YOU DO NOT NEED TO SAVE TIME OR MONEY OR YOU DO NOT NEED ACCESS TO MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON A FREE INTERNET WEBSITE!!!!!
So this is me jumping on the proverbial bandwagon. Here we go:
Legal Research is expensive. Lawyers need access to case law to help their clients, but every comprehensive legal research platform requires a costly subscription.
AnyLaw was founded to change that paradigm by offering the first totally FREE alternative to comprehensive legal research.
Helping Law Firms
Law firms are implementing cost cutting measures, and legal research is one of the items on the list of budgetary cuts. Smaller firms need to adjust and find free resources to help them stay alive.
If your law firm is hurting right now, either because billable hours are down or clients just cannot afford to pay, we want to help you.Until Corona is over and things get back to normal, try AnyLaw. Here are four reasons:
- Case Law Database: Our law library covers all State and Federal appellate court decisions. State case law goes back to different reporting periods based on when the states joined the union. Federal case law goes back to the early 1800’s.
- Regular Updates: We crawl all the state and federal courts daily. This accounts for thousands of new cases being added to our database every day.
- Validating Good Law: All of our citations are linked so that attorneys can trace the other cases that cite the case law.
- Topics Based Search: Find cases by topic, subtopic and location, narrowing down search results from the massive AnyLaw database, while improving accuracy and relevancy.
Everyone knows that there is urgent need to close the justice gap in US court system. Social justice initiatives like Access to Justice and Prison Reform are driving change to use technology to help litigants navigate the legal system. Now Corona and the riots across the US have created huge demand for NO- COST solution to deal with more bankruptcies,divorces, unemployment, evictions.
People are desperately searching for FREE legal information to improve their situation. More consumers than ever are representing themselves in court but none of the legacy legal research platforms are geared to support self-represented litigants.
Pro-bono law firms, A2J organizations and pro se litigants need to know about AnyLaw and the important FREE service we offer. So tell your friends, blog, share and let’s bring the light back to the world.
Ok. I know what you’re thinking. This is just a shameless, transparent effort for me to plug and promote AnyLaw. And you are right.
But why not? After all, this is our way to help. Our way to contribute to the legal community.
Everyone is tightening their belts and looking for ways to save. Shouldn’t people be made aware of such a great FREE resource?
Money Back Guarantee
I am so confident in our product that I am offering a 100% money back guarantee on our free legal research. If you are not satisfied, we will reimburse the entire cost of your subscription… oh wait! We do not require subscriptions. I was thinking of every other comprehensive legal research database.
To quote Bret Maverick: My old pappy always used to say, “Never cry over spilled milk … it could’ve been whiskey”.