Computer-Assisted Legal Research
CaseClerk.com is a reseller of CLE programs offered by VersusLaw. It is also a reseller of caselaw, also obtained from VersusLaw. It also provides users with access to federal and state statutes and regulations by means of links to official government or free commercial web sites. Data is obtained directly from official sources and the query language is standard Boolean with the ability to conduct cross-file searching.
The case law, content on TheLaw.net is supplied by VersusLaw. As such, it replicates VersusLaw's breadth and depth of coverage. As with VesusLaw, the Law.net provides users with the ability to conduct cross-file searching in the case law database. What makes the Law.net unique, however, is its stand alone internet browser program which incorporates an extensive collection of more than 60,000 links to law-related internet sites, largely free government sites which host statutes, regulations, forms, and other law-related content. The Internet browser is a specialized version of Opera, an alternative to Netscape and Internet Explorer that was developed by computer programmers from Norway.