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CMPLAW-L  July 1997

CMPLAW-L July 1997

Subject:

Here's FLO!

From:

James Wyman <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Internet and Computer Law Association <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 21 Jul 1997 23:37:25 -0400

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Presenting FLO: Florida Law Online.

FLO is a unique, one-stop source for Florida law online. That's right--all
of Florida's online law on one page. FLO is not just a collection of links,
either. For example, if it can be searched, you can search it right from
FLO. What's more, if you're looking for a particular source, you can
frequently get it directly from FLO without any intervening stops. And FLO
also has Florida legal sources unavailable elsewhere on the Web, such as
the Florida Rules of Appellate, Civil, and Criminal Procedure and the
Florida Rules of Judicial Administration.

FLO has Florida case law, court rules, the Florida Constitution, Florida
Statutes, session laws, bills, legislative journals, state agencies,
executive orders and vetoes, attorney general opinions, Florida
Administrative Weekly, Uniform Rules of Procedure, PSC orders, Dept of
Corporations filings, Dept of Bus. & Prof. Reg. licensing, municipal codes
and ordinances, legal journals and periodicals, and Florida
Martindale-Hubbell listings.

For a number of sources, FLO uses a new drop-down menu without any select
button--just click on the source you want from the menu, and FLO takes you
there without your having to click on an additional "select" button.

Please come visit at

http://www.gate.net/~wyman/flo.html

FLO is a public service provided by its author.

Those outside of Florida may be interested in the new state and federal
legal resource pages in the updated Legal ResearchNet, now available at
http://www.gate.net/~wyman/lawserch.html)

--
James H. Wyman
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"The Law should be accessible to every one and at all times."
--Franz Kafka, *The Trial*

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