Law.com launches vertical search engine

Yesterday Law.com announced Law.com Quest, a vertical search engine focused on the searching of legal documents.

Quest will allow searchers to search Law.com relates sites only, or a broader array of sites. In either mode filtering of the results is possible. For example, if you are searching only the Law.com network of sites, you can see only results of certain types, such as results from blogs or court decisions. Or you can limit your results to a single source, such as The National Law Journal.

If you filter on the broader array of law related sites, you can still filter by court, region, or date. Law.com is offering this tool as a service to legal professionals.

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