What would a court system be without its cases? Promising "free legal research for anyone, anytime, anywhere," AnyLaw is the perfect platform for introducing aspiring legal scholars and researchers to case law. Entrepreneur Steve Tover launched this startup, and it fills a unique need. While many legal databases come with steep fees, AnyLaw makes a wealth of case law available to all. For readers with a case in mind, the search bar on the landing page provides easy access. Those needing more direction will find several tools to tailor search results. The "Select Courts" button allows readers to narrow by a state court or federal circuit, and the menu in the top-right corner provides additional browsing features. For example, visitors can search by topic, including: "administrative rulings," "civil rights," and "health care law." After finding a case, the dropdown boxes at the top of the page note related cases. This way, users can quickly find other relevant cases and research materials. Readers with a free account can click the star icon in the top-left corner to save cases for future browsing. The button just below lets users download, save, and print the documents as a PDF.