For many members of the general public seeking to understand the law, Wikipedia is the first and perhaps only stop. Others may go further and eventually come across equally accessible but considerably more reliable sources – online or otherwise. In any event, there is often a gulf between where the general public goes to understand the law and where the understanding is available.
Based on observations of a little experiment in contextual-linking, small efforts can go a long way toward bridging that gulf.
Contextual-linking is different from promotional or advisory linking such as is found on the “links” page of . . . [more]