The Stanford University COVID-19 Memo Database is important, timely, broad in scope, easy-to-use and helps cut through all the coronavirus “noise,” according to several current and former general counsel who have used it.

Created with general counsel in mind—but being searched by law firms, too—Stanford has placed all those COVID-19 memos that have been flooding in-house lawyers’ inboxes into its free, searchable database.

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