Pocket Law: Legal Information In Your Pocket

Do your users struggle to connect to the Internet? Pocket Law lets you search for cases and legislation off-line. It is a USB stick loaded with an LII website, which works off-line and updates with new content once users are in Internet coverage.


pocket law.png Pocket Law lets you search for cases and legislation off-line.  A USB stick loaded with a LII website, works off-line and updates once you are in Internet coverage.

Pocket Law is a legal information research product, available offline, and run on portable media containing relevant legal materials from southern Africa jurisdictions which are currently serviced by SAFLII, ZimLII and AfricanLII.  It is enabled for automated updating of the collection once the device is connected to a computer with an Internet connection.

The Pocket Law architecture plugs seamlessly into the LII-in-a-Box design.  

We have a regional Pocket Law, Pocket Law Zimbabwe (which is ZimLII on a USB), and a Paralegal Pocket Law.

We also developed a paralegal Android app based on Pocket Law.

See our YouTube video for Pocket Law and get in touch with us to further discuss your interest.