As a crowd-sourced repository of information, LegalBevy encourages users to contribute information to our site. We are still developing features, but we have released the site with content in Texas and Illinois so we can receive your feedback and further refine the functionality of the website. Because we are a crowd-sourced platform, we encourage you to add information about courts, rules, judges and courthouses in your jurisdiction. By sharing your knowledge and learning from others, you can help connect the legal community through a wiki-like network that benefits the community as a whole through the knowledge of its individual members.
As a registered user on the site, you may add new information and make edits to existing information. Just make sure you register with the site on the home page and then click on the “Comment” or “Edit” button in any of the sections on the site. It’s that easy.
And it’s also completely free. LegalBevy wants users to be able to share their expertise and help the legal community better communicate information.
We strive to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information posted to the site. One way we validate information is through LegalBevy Editors who we confirm are legal professionals (attorneys, paralegals, judges, etc.) and who can validate contributions as accurate. You can read more our validation system here or check out our user grid. Either way we encourage you to sign up as a LegalBevy Editor.
Please give us your impressions of the site. We value your insights and will incorporate suggestions to make LegalBevy the best legal knowledge tool available. Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and thank you again for being a part of the LegalBevy community!