DroidLaw is under new management


by on Jun.08, 2010, under DroidLaw Blog Posts


Please comment with what you would like to see changed about DL and/or requests for specific material.

19 Comments for this entry

  • Ralph Nader

    Consumer protection laws

  • Mike

    “Consumer protection laws?” That makes no sense. As for something realistic, is there any way you can put up state specific statutes, the UCC, or even the restatements? Something like the MPC would even be great. Put it all on here! This will be an amazing tool.

  • Tobias

    Unfortunately all that you’ve mentioned is copyrighted.

  • MonkeyEsq

    I’d love to have access to to NY Law, particularly the CPLR and 22 NYCRR. I used to have the CPLR on my iPod Touch, but I retired that after I got my Droid.

  • erin

    RSS feeds of more blogs like the untethered lawyer and sentencing law and policy. This has great potential to be a westlaw or Lexis like service for attorneys on the go. Don’t focus on the students. Throw some focus to the in the trenches attorneys.

  • Jon

    NJ criminal (2C) and motor vehicle (Title 39) please!

  • Meh

    Reqs: CPLR, NY UCC, NYCCCA, E-Courts app
    Not Westlaw, but close.

  • Ed

    Code of fed regs. Particulary 36 CFR would be great.

  • TechLawyerTobe

    It would be great if you could select whole sets of rules or codes to be saved locally. For example, to save all of the Fed Rules of Civ. Procedure and Evidence locally. It is unlikely you need only one specific rule saved, unlike statutes, where you might not work with them all. I would save the Constitution, Civ Pro, Crim Pro and Evidence all locally for use without a connection. This would make the app much more functional. You could make it optional for only those users that want to do that, but going through the rules and manually saving each rule would be a very time consuming process. Currently, there does not seem to be any way to tell which rules have been saved locally.

    I am using this app in law school and it is helpful to look up rules, and I have it compared it lawstack on iOS.

    Thank you.

  • Gustavo Gradvohl

    I would really like to see the TExas Civil Practice and Remedies code availale at droidlaw.

  • Deedee

    I’m looking forward to seeing my own State’s (Kansas by the way) statutes and rules. It would be so handy to have when arguing what the statute actually says rather than guessing or trying to scramble back to the office for the book. Keep up the good work!

  • zach

    If you post Michigan’s criminal sentencing guidelines and/or penal code that would great.

  • David

    CA Code of Civil Procedure
    CA Evidence Code
    CA Labor Code

  • chris hayes

    could you please add Michigan compiled laws

  • Thomas

    If it is possible, you may consider attempting to form a partnership with a reference material such as ALR or AJP. I for one would be willing to pay several hundred dollars for easy access to such publications via droidlaw.

  • Hk

    Model codes – model penal code, UPA, RUPA, RULPA, etc., and restatements.

  • Srikanth Raghunathan


    How about publishing the entire CFR? That would be a nice complement to all the other “apps” that you currently have. (I think that another reader also mentioned it.)

  • Tobias

    CFR’s release is within hours/days…!

  • Byron

    Florida Rules

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