AnyLaw Now Accessible Through gigLAW To Provide FREE Legal Research Access to All

By Written By Hayley Leviashvili as originally published on gigLAW website:

Access to legal research databases in the US is essential to any law firm, legal department, company and law student. However, often with hefty prices, many lawyers are left with large bills to pay for that access.

AnyLaw is helping solve that problem.

AnyLaw is a free legal research service that is clean and efficient, with full coverage of appellate opinions from all Federal and State jurisdictions. Yes – that’s right, for FREE!

AnyLaw’s motto is that fast and free access is what everyone needs when it comes to the law and that is what they are all about. In fact, users can even download unlimited cases for free.

Their massive libraries are comprised of data drawn from a multitude of resources and includes archival and current caselaw, just released slip opinions and more, all accessible under leading-edge search technology.

Our law students here at gigLAW are excited to have access to this database with its fast, easy and intuitive keyword search, responsive, live filters based on court level, state, date and all citations being linked, which allows its users the ability to easily navigate all of the site’s content.

Current and prospective US and international law firms, lawyers and companies can also navigate to AnyLaw’s website with ease through our recently launched easy access button within our site.

As featured on Forbes, FutureLawyer,, Tech & Law Israel, Zannes Law and multiple podcasts, this platform will truly revolutionize the way legal research is completed. With a focus on simplicity and user experience, no requirement to register in order to search, review or download PDF copies of cases, this platform is solving many issues that have existed within the legal industry for decades.

This platform is a game-changer with over 6 million cases and approximately 20,000 new cases added each month.

gigLAW is excited to partner with AnyLaw, bridging a gap for legal research within the legal profession that we’ve all been looking for and needing.