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- Not to be confused with WikiLaw (WikiLaw.org).
WikiLaw, located at theWikiLaw.org/wiki, was a community site for attorneys in the United States of America (USA) to publish articles, treatises, documents, and other information about the law, in furtherance of the Free Access to Law Movement (FALM). Its jurisdiction was limited to Georgia, Missouri, and Texas in the USA.
- History: The Free Access to Law Movement
An online encyclopedia open to public contributions and editing was a rather new concept in 2001 – the year Wikipedia was founded. That concept has blended its way into society's DNA to a level such that, absent complete destruction to a public internet, it shall never see extinction. However, attempts to grow a virtual law library under the same five pillars principle and free as in freedom philosophy have not excelled the movement to a meaningful level. The WikiLaw, while still carrying a 'wiki' tradition, is inventively modifying the previous approach to jump start the free access to law movement.
- External links
- List of 115 snapshot URLs from theWikiLaw.org/wiki/ — from the Internet Archive WaybackMachine at Archive.org
- Wikilaw (Wikilaw.free.fr) — a defunct French site, independently hosted, powered by GetWiki, founded 2004
- Wikilaw (Wiki-Law.org) — a former United States English site powered by MediaWiki from 2005 to 2007, now defunct
- WikiLaw (Law.ElWiki.com) — a defunct British site, hosted by ElWiki, powered by MediaWiki, founded 2006
- WikiLaw (WikiLaw.org) — a defunct United States site, founded 2006, URLs originally redirected to JurisPedia (en), now redirects to JurisPedia
- WikiLaw (theWikiLaw.org) — a defunct United States site, independently hosted, powered by MediaWiki, founded 2018
And for all additional wiki sites which cover law in any capacity, see: category: Law.