FindLaw's Top 7 Free Resources for Corporate Counsel

By Andrew Chow, Esq. on June 04, 2012 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Internal counsel wear a lot of different hats for a corporation, and FindLaw gets that. Our website features a wealth of free resources that in-house lawyers can use to make your day-to-day practice easier, without spending a dime.

To get you started, here's a quick look at our Top 7 free resources for corporate counsel:

FindLaw's legal blog network includes In House, a blog specifically written for corporate counsel. With stories on how well suited women are as GCs or the Rush Limbaugh controversy, we have a slew of relevant, up-to-date content on General Counsel. We serve up the helpful, insightful news that matters to the in-house lawyer, including:

2. Sample Business Contracts

Need to draft a contract? FindLaw's extensive collection of sample business contracts can help get you started. Contracts from public companies are grouped by type of agreement, contract, by industry, and by company name.

3. Cases & Codes

Our legal professional website boasts free access to federal and state cases, constitutions, statutes, regulations, cases, and more. You can even search for case summaries by court or legal topic.

4. Research Counsel

Want to learn more about the lawyer on the other side of the negotiating table? Need to find outside counsel to handle a specific matter? Research counsel using the Thomson Legal Record, where you'll get access to detailed attorney information that includes related federal and state court cases and dockets.

Take advantage of free insight and advice on a wide range of legal technology topics, including electronic discovery, cloud computing, networking and data storage. And if tech is your thing, we have a whole blog devoted to Technology and the practice of law: Technologist.

Our free, nationwide database of legal service providers includes court reporters, process servers, expert witnesses, ADR professionals, software vendors, investigators, and more. Finding the service you need is just a few clicks away.

7. Newsletters

Along with these free online resources for corporate counsel, you can also stay up-to-date by getting FindLaw's free newsletters automatically delivered to your inbox. We offer dozens of newsletters that cover different courts, practice areas, and legal news of interest to in-house counsel.

Make FindLaw the starting point for all your legal needs!

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