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The goal is to create website that would quickly answer most popular law-related questions. User would go to the page, type in a question and receive an answer with legal argumentation. All answers would be pre-entered by a team of lawyers, no user interaction will be required.


  • possibility to search a question in a database (many possible ways of asking about the same thing!)
  • possibility to easily edit questions and answers by system administrator
  • visually simple and readable design
  • every question should have two 'text sections' assigned: legal explanation, and code paragraphs to justify it.
  • no user input

what software / technology should be used to implement the search bar?

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What about StackExchange? Do you know there's a StackExchange site for Law questions? Here:


  • This is a clearly technical question and not a law-based question. It's good to know though... Jun 25, 2019 at 7:44

You can choose your technologies from this elaborate list of Open source, Not open source, Ones that look sort of finished and Others that seem to be work in progress. They're also categorised separately by technologies your preferred technology.

Are there any clones/alternatives for running a Stack Exchange style Q&A site?

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