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Google Scholar Legal - What It Is and Isn't

Greg Lambert over at 3 Geeks and a Law Blog reports on his conversation with Google Scholar Chief Engineer Anurag Acharya.

First of all, let me address the questions that I'm sure a lot of you have been asking:

"Can Google Scholar Legal and Online Journal replace my Westlaw or Lexis content?"
My answer: "Absolutely Not!"

In fact, the people at Google would tell you the same thing. It is just not what they are planning to do with this product. Now that I got that out of the way, let me explain what I learned in the interview and you'll see why I'm not confident in SLOJ competing with Westlaw, Lexis, or even the upcoming Bloomberg Law (which I'll call "Wexisberg").


Read the full post for more detail.