Do You Know What Free Legal Research Your State Bar Offers?

By at 10 March, 2010, 4:22 pm

Hat tip to the folks over at 3 Geeks and a Law Blog (Toby Brown, Lisa Salazar & Greg Lambert) for their post  putting up an interactive map of the US that shows which legal research product the bar associations of each state provides to its members. The map is from the Many Eyes site which I hadn't encountered before but is pretty interesting.  Keep reading to see the map.

 

 

Here is a static version of the map:

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Many Eyes Many Eyes is a product of the Visual Communication Lab, which is part of  CUE, at IBM Research.

According to the Many Eyes FAQ:

What can I do here?

You can explore data using your eyes! This site is set up to allow the entire internet to upload data, visualize it, and talk about their discoveries with other people. To learn more, read the full description or just take a look at some recent comments.

 

You can easily spend several hours checking out the different visualizations on the site and is definitely worth taking a look at when you have some time.

Categories : Gadget, Gizmos and Widgets | Hmmm! | Internet

Comments
Snow April 11, 2011

IJWTS wow! Why can’t I think of tihngs like that?

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