The Stanford Copyright & Fair Use Web site today announced a complete redesign and update, overseen by Timothy Stanley, who earlier this year left FindLaw, the company he co-founded. The redesign adds new content, including fair-use overview materials from Nolo, and a new site search powered by Google.

Stanley has now founded a new company, Justia, where, besides the Stanford project, he has developed an online directory of Harvard Law School alumni working in high tech and a new Web site,

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