Whether it’s How to Form an LLC in Texas, California DUI Laws, The Florida Homestead Exemption Laws, or any of the other thousands of accurate legal articles in the Nolo network, there’s a lot of legal research behind it. So how do we manage so much legislative information and translate it into plain English for our readers?
Early on, Nolo had to come up with some way to organize and maintain a wealth of state specific information for all the charts that appear in Nolo’s books. More recently, that need grew even more as online publishing ramped up. The solution was a unique, proprietary editorial database that allows our editors and researchers to manage all of this information. They can create dynamic charts of state based statutes that can easily be updated when the laws change.
This research is often done in advance of large writing projects that are handled by our freelancers. This way we can produce large volumes of content without the risk of inaccurate information.
This is just another example of the lengths to which we go to produce the best legal content online. Where most online publishers simply use other sites for their research (often Nolo.com), we go straight to the source.