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Here's some good news for legal professionals in Michigan: FindLaw just launched its new Michigan Compiled Laws and Constitution section, bringing you the best source for Michigan laws this side of Great Lakes.
FindLaw's New Michigan Codes
FindLaw's Michigan codes section is made possible through our partnership with Thomson Reuters Westlaw, FindLaw's sister company. That means that we can bring you access to hundreds of thousands of pages of Michigan laws, all courtesy of the leader in online legal research, and all for free.
That includes everything from Michigan's criminal laws, to its divorce laws, to its Uniform Warehouse Receipts Act. Oh, and its many, many laws on Fraternal Associations. Did you know that there is a whole section of the Michigan code dedicated to the Sons of St. George, Independent Order of Philanthropists, Colonial Dames of America, and Social Order of Moose (not to be confused with the Loyal Order of Moose)?
Well, you know now! And you can delve into those strange laws, and many more, right on FindLaw.
Everything You Need, All in One Place, All Easy to Use
One of the best parts of the new Michigan codes is that they are so easy to use. You don't have to worry about getting lost in a maze of chapters and statutes. And once you've found what you need, sharing your research is simple. Just click the share button at the bottom of every page and email yourself or your colleague a link to the relevant statute.
And you can check the codes virtually wherever you are. That's because FindLaw's Michigan codes have been designed from the ground up to be mobile friendly. So go ahead and check them from the courthouse on your phone or the coffee shop on your tablet.
Put FindLaw's Michigan codes together with our Sixth Circuit blog, Michigan caselaw offerings, and practice management guides and you've got pretty much everything you need, all here and all for free.
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