NEWARK, N.J., Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- eLaw, the single source of critical knowledge for busy legal professionals, announced today the introduction of site licensing for eLaw Cases & Statutes. Powered by Casemaker(TM), Cases & Statutes is a comprehensive legal research tool available to attorneys in New York and New Jersey that provides the most commonly needed legal research, including case law and statutes for all 50 states. Available as a stand-alone or in combination with eLaw's other popular products, site licenses are now offered for firms with multiple users of Cases & Statutes.
eLaw's new site license option is designed to provide account administrators both server-controlled security and flexibility to better meet the needs of multiple Cases & Statutes users at a single location. Rather than defined to specific individuals, the site license enables a client firm to pool access through a local server, permitting greater ease of utilization by a group.
User-specific subscriptions for eLaw Cases & Statutes are still available for a flat rate of as little as $25 per month each.
eLaw Cases & Statutes contains an extensive federal law library, as well as a wide range of state and local libraries, all of which are continuously updated. The product's multi-state case law search feature allows users to search the entire nationwide case law library or individually selected state and/or federal library contents simultaneously, with just one click, eliminating the need to repeat searches in different libraries.
To learn more about site licensing options, firms may contact Dominick Esposito at eLaw via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 800-444-4041 ext. 170. To sign up for a FREE trial subscription to eLaw Cases & Statutes, visit http://www.eLaw.com.
eLaw is the single source of critical knowledge for busy legal professionals. With access to courts and dockets, legal research and comprehensive directories, thousands of subscribers use eLaw every day to efficiently manage cases, reduce expenses and improve productivity. eLaw is owned and operated by Skinder Strauss Associates, publisher of the renowned Lawyers Diary and Manual(R). For more information, visit http://www.eLaw.com.