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FindLaw's got something exciting to show legal practitioners in the Show-Me State. We've just launched our new Missouri Revised Statutes and Constitution section, bringing you the best, easiest-to-use Missouri codes on either side of the Mississippi.
So if you're practicing labor law in St. Louis, want to incorporate a business in Branson, or just need to do some legal research from the right side of Kansas City, FindLaw has you covered -- and it's all free and mobile-friendly.
When It Comes to Missouri Codes, There's No Need to Compromise
FindLaw's new Missouri Revised Statutes and Constitution section is made possible through our partnership with Thomson Reuters Westlaw, FindLaw's sister company and the industry leader in online legal research. That means you'll have access to thousands and thousands of pages of Missouri laws, all for free and all from one of the most trusted names in the law.
Want to know about private drainage rights in Missouri? Here you go. Wondering what sort of laws apply to podiatrists practicing in the shadow of the Golden Gate? We've got those. Want to know about workers' comp? Here's the law. Criminal procedure, agricultural regulations, family laws -- it's all here.
Everything You Need, Easy to Use
One of the best parts of FindLaw's new Missouri codes section is how easy it is to use. Forget about getting lost in page upon page of state statutes. Navigation is simple, thanks to a drop-down menu that lets you browse through titles and chapters to find just the information you need. Plus, everything is designed to be mobile-friendly, so you can research on the go from your phone or tablet.
Once you've found what you need, sharing it is painless. Just use the "share this" button at the bottom of every page to email your research to yourself or a colleague almost instantly. And if you need to dive deeper into an issue, you can log on to Westlaw straight from the page as well.
Add FindLaw's Missouri codes to our other offerings and you have pretty much everything you can need to operate a practice. There's FindLaw's Eighth Circuit Blog, our Missouri caselaw offerings, including state Appellate and Supreme Court opinions, and our law firm management guides -- all available in just one place.