FindLaw Brings Alaska Codes to the Last Frontier
Life just got a little sunnier for legal practitioners in Alaska. FindLaw just launched its new Alaska Statutes and Constitution section, bringing the best, easiest-to-use Alaska codes to legal professionals in the land of the midnight sun.
So, if you need to know about agricultural loans in Anchorage or solicitation laws in Seward, FindLaw has you covered. And it's all free.
FindLaw's New Alaska Statutes
FindLaw's new Alaska Statutes and Constitution section is brought to you through our partnership with Thomson Reuters Westlaw, FindLaw's sister company and the leader in online legal research. That means you'll have access to thousands of pages of Alaska laws now available for the first time on FindLaw, all for free.
Need to know about Alaska's oil and gas laws? We've got that. Want to learn what you need to do to incorporate a business in Alaska? Here ya go. And just what are Alaska's laws on criminal procedure anyway? You can find out here.
Put those laws together with FindLaw's Ninth Circuit blog, our Alaska caselaw offerings, and our practice management guides, and you've got pretty much everyone you could need to operate your firm, all in one spot and all for free.
Did We Mention How Easy It Is?
One of the best things about the new Alaska codes is how simple they are to use. You don't have to worry about getting lost in page after page of statutes. Organization and navigation are made simple through a four-tier, drop-down menu that lets you find just what you need with a few simple clicks. And since legal research is rarely a one-and-done task, we've also made it simple to share what you've found. Every page has a share button on the bottom that will let you send your research over to yourself or a colleague with just a few clicks. And if you need to dive deeper, you can log in to Westlaw straight from every page as well.
We've also made it easy to use codes on the go. FindLaw's Alaska codes have been designed from the ground up to be mobile-friendly, meaning you can check a statute from the courthouse or coffee shop, on your phone or tablet. Things don't get much simpler than that.
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