Friday 16 April 2010

Canadian law student launches Nomus, case law database

A law student at McGill University in Montreal has launched a free website with Canadian caselaw, according to a story in the Montreal Gazette. Nomus, named after the Greek god of law, was developed over the course of a year by 28 year old Kent Mewhort and is still in "beta". Searching can be done in English or French, and a page shows the datbase's coverage of the various Canadian courts.

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