Westlaw

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Westlaw

An online research service for legal professionals in the United States. It provides users with thousands of documents, including statutes, court decisions, articles and so forth. Westlaw began in 1970.
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Just as the West Key Number System set the accepted categories for legal thought, The Baseball Encyclopedia established the standard for statistical categories.
Also carrying related annotations, the volumes include cross-references to related or qualifying statutory and constitutional provisions, full indexing, library references leading to the West Key Number System in Wyoming and the American Digest System; Westlaw digest topic numbers, ALR materials; USCA; and the Wyoming Administrative Code, as well as law review and journal commentaries, session law history, historical and statutory notes, uniform laws and official comments, and attorney general opinion notes.
These technologies were originally designed to help West's attorney-editors classify legal documents to the more than 100,000 topics and categories of the West Key Number System.

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