Friday, August 27, 2010

DRAGNET - New Federated Search Engine from New York Law School

New York Law School’s Mendik Library has developed DRAGNET, a search engine that simultaneously searches in more than 80 legal web sites and databases.

DRAGNET stands for "Database retrieval access using Google’s new electronic technology" and uses Google’s free custom search option.

Being from New York, the search tool includes many US-based resources but it also includes many non-US sources such as the British and Irish Legal Information Institute, CanLII, the International Labour Organization, the OECD, etc.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 7:04 pm


Blogger Terry said...

Thanks for the mention! We're getting the word out as best we can and, more importantly, encouraging others to try this technique in their specialty.

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