Fastcase is a smarter alternative for legal research. Its comprehensive, web-based law library offers searchable access to the law of all 50 states and federal law. The Fastcase legal research system has been called the “Google of law,” because its intuitive tools make it easy to find the law that’s relevant to you.
As profiled in Forbes and on Fox Business News, Fastcase works just like your traditional research tools, only smarter and a lot more affordable.
Fastcase is based in Washington, D.C. The company was founded in 1999 by two lawyers from Covington & Burling to make legal research smarter, and to democratize the law by making online access more affordable and available to more people. Fastcase is celebrating its tenth year in business, and hundreds of thousands of lawyers from around the world have a subscription to the service.