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We've got good news for legal professionals in the Volunteer State. FindLaw has just released its new Tennessee Code and Constitution section, giving you access to the best source of Tennessee state laws you can find.
So, if you're looking for information how to execute a will in Nashville or need to research state property law in Memphis, you can find those laws on FindLaw, in our brand new codes section that's easy to use, mobile-friendly, and totally free.
FindLaw is able to bring you our new Tennessee codes section thanks to our partnership with Westlaw, one of FindLaw's sister companies. That allows us to bring you thousands and thousands of pages of Tennessee laws, courtesy of the leader in online legal research. If you need information on Tennessee criminal law, we've got it. Domestic relations laws? We've got those too. You can even find Tennessee state laws on animal husbandry -- all on FindLaw.
Put this together with FindLaw's other legal professional offerings, like our Sixth Circuit blog, Tennessee caselaw, and practice management guides and you'll never need to look anywhere else for your legal needs. (Plus, it's all free.)
If the cost doesn't get you excited, the new code section's other features will. One of the best things about FindLaw's new state codes is how easy and straightforward they are. You can navigate through each title simply and easily, by using a drop down menu to get to just the section you need. There's no need to get lost in a million different webpages, now.
Saving and sharing your research is also simple. When you've found what you need, just click on the "sharethis" button at the bottom of the page and you can email a copy of the relevant code to yourself or a colleague. If you want to delve deeper, you can hop over to Westlaw straight from any code page.
And, finally, the new codes are easy to access wherever you are. Because the new section is mobile friendly, you can look up state labor laws from your phone on the way to a client meeting or civil procedure on your tablet as you do research on the go.
So go ahead, give it a try. We think you'll like it.
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