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All Law - comprehensive legal directory and search engine
U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. District and Circuit Courts, State Court of Appeals, State Constitutions, Codes, and Legislation and more
landmark Supreme Court cases dealing with subjects such as: search and seizure; right to an attorney; self-incrimination; and the death penalty. A glossary of legal
terms and a section on controversial issues are also presented
Basic Legal Citations - Guide to the general rules of citation, with examples of how to cite cases, statutes, and regulations
The major topics covered include Patent Law, Software Patents, Trademark Law, Internet Law, Legal Links, Copyright Law, Primary Sources, and Forms and Contracts.
Bureau of Justice Statistics - Statistics on crime, drugs, law enforcement, corrections, courts and more. Includes the 1995 National Crime VictimizationSurvey
CataLaw - metaindex of law and government
conditions of low income families and secure access for the poor to our civil justice system
University of Rotterdam. Includes brief overviews of the extended research program and links to the home pages of the center's members and researchers
classactionlitigation.info - understanding class action litigation. It is also intended to provide a useful source of information on law and class actions.
The user should find links to numerous sources of information helpful in locating information related to many legal issues and facts.
CommonLaw - for all who enjoy legal history and theory
posted by the Legal Information Institute of Cornell University Law School. Includes background material such as the Articles of Confederation
and The Federalist papers as well as a comprehensive database of Supreme Court decision, with case summaries and texts of majority and dissenting opinions
Consumerama - The internet's only comprehensive directory of consumer protest sites, plus class actions, boycotts & government investigations.
Consumer news, advice & commentary
and tips on hiring a lawyer. You can also find federal, state, and international resources through the site. Practical tips include how to write a letter
explaining your complaint and how to notify the appropriate government agencies of your unresolved complaints
Copyright Website, The - This site endeavors to provide real world, practical and relevant copyright information of
interest to infonauts, netsurfers, webspinners, content providers, musicians, appropriationists, activists, infringers, outlaws, and law abiding citizens
Counsel Quest - a internet legal research web tool. Designed to guide its guests to the vast amount of legal and governmental resources available on
the internet in a quick, concise and easy to use format.
Courts.net - The purpose of Courts.net is to provide a single site from which to find any trial-level courts Web site and to help trial courts set up Web sites.
Cyber Law Centre - This site is dedicated to Intellectual Property issues in and around the Internet.
and other official government documents from every country in the world relating to population policies, reproductive health, women's rights, and
related topics. It is produced jointly by Harvard Law School and the United Nations Population Fund.
Delaware Advantage, The - Personal and corporate trusts take advantage of Delaware's unique laws and tax structure.
Wilmington Trust will put that Delaware Advantage to work for you.
DIANA - An International Human Rights Database
Earthlaw - uses the law to defend the West's forests, air, water, and biodiversity.
as well as links to federal and state statutes, federal agency regulations, federal and state judicial decisions, and other employment law topics.
Part of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School.
alimony/spousal support factors, custody criteria, child support guidelines, grounds for divorce and residency requirements, property division, and third-party visitation.
Famous American Trials - This site details twelve famous American trials: Leopold & Loeb (1924), Scopes "Monkey" Trial (1925), Rosenbergs (1951),
Amistad Trials (1839-1840), Bill Haywood Trial (1907), Salem Witchcraft Trials (1692), My Lai Courts Martial (1970), Scottsboro Trials (1931-1937),
Dakota Conflict Trials (1862), Mississippi Burning Trial (1967), Chicago Seven Conspiracy Trial (1969-70), and Johnson Impeachment Trial (1868).
including the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program and the National Computer Crime Squad, summaries of major ongoing investigations, and employment listings
FindForms - database of thousands of free legal forms
FreeAdvice.com - request a free initial consultation from one of the attorneys in your state who practices in the appropriate field of law
Guide to Law Online - annotated guide to online sources of information worldwide on government and law
The listing of Web sites is arranged into categories such as Phone Books, Annual Reports, Public Companies, Private Companies,
SEC Filings, Associations and Non-Profit Organizations.
right in the U.S. and advocates for First Amendment freedoms
Internet Law Library - site containing 8900 Internet Law resources organized by subject and jurisdiction, in addition to the basic
documents of U.S. law. The site also currently provides full text searchable copies of the U.S. Code and the Code of Federal Regulations.
shaping the law of the web; updated regularly. Court decisions are indexed by subject. Users are provided with a brief synopsis of the court's decision.
If the decision is of interest, a link takes the user to a more thorough analysis, and, in many cases, to the full text of the court's decision.
Internet Tools for Attorneys - contains sections on legal research, web site design, downloading, Net discussion groups for attorneys reviews
of law-related Internet products and more
Interpol - International Criminal Police Organization
Ipso Facto - links to legal history and legal aids, information on each branch of the government and more
LLRX - Law Library Resource Xchange newsletter focuses on research, management and technology topics for legal professionals. Includes feature
articles and directory of law related resources
LSAT - the official LSAT Web Site
Law - WWW Virtual Library
Law.com - The Internet's portal to the law. Site features extensive legal information for the public, for lawyers, and for students
Laws.com - A compendium of legal resources available on the Web
Law Channel- dedicated to broadcasting information for lawyers and other interested persons
Law Crawler - Law Crawler caters specifically to legal searches by using the Alta Vista search engine to sort law-related web pages.
It allows searches by Federal, State, foreign jurisdiction or by federal agency. It contains the U.S. Code, the Code of Federal Regulations,
Supreme Court decisions, Circuit Court cases and listings of legal groups and associations
Law Guru - Law Guru provides links to access over 200 legal search engines. The site begins with a comprehensive table of pages and
provides law-related links to all three branches of the U.S. government, federal and state court cases and opinions, federal and state codes
and laws/legal associations and state bars
Law News Network -The national daily legal newspaper; the most current and comprehensive legal news source. Also includes legal job listings
and cutting-edge commentary
to create a site on law and technology in general and legal Intranets and Extranets in particular
Law Rights - free legal information for England and Wales
Law Street - guide to the law, with legal info, news for consumers, a guide to the laws of U.S. states, humor, and more
Lawstuff - a whole bunch of stuff about legal rights, helpful legal contacts and toons; for Australian people under 18.
LawTalk - From Indiana University - LawTalk is a service provided by Indiana University. Each segment deals with some aspect of Law
or Legal Studies and is authored by a faculty member from either the IU School of Law in Bloomington or the IU School of Law in Indianapolis.
Lawyers.com - Accurate & reliable profiles of 420,000 attorneys & firms worldwide. Listings are continuously updated & scrupulously reviewed
by the entrant before release
Legal Engine - This metasite is a useful starting-point for any search for online legal information, pulling together a wide array of international,
federal, state, and organizational resources.
Legaldocs - legal documents, contracts and law documents. Interactive preparation on the Internet
Legalethics.com - The most comprehensive set of links and resources relating to the ethical issues facing the legal profession by Internet use.
Legal Research - : LRC has three levels of service. First, is this Demonstration page of 20,000 legal resources,
which is a free public service. Second, is a free test trial account for legal professionals with some 30,000 legal resources links.
Third, is our commercial version 20.0 which contains over 200,000 legal resource links worldwide. We know of no other Law site
on the Internet, which is even half as comprehensive!
Lockerbie Trial Briefing - site provides a background and a timeline and coverage of the trial being held in the Netherlands
of two Libyans accused of the 1988 crash of Pan Am's flight 103. It provides information about the legal charges and includes the petition and much more.
MyCounsel.com - free legal information for consumers and small businesses.
on such things as credit reports, telemarketing scams and avoiding second-mortgage frauds
Nation Web sites and the Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project.
hundreds of Latin, Old French and Old English words used in legal and business documents.
Oyez Oyez Oyez - provides information about major constitutional cases heard and decided by the Supreme Court; includes digital recordings
of the Court's proceedings
PACER U.S. Party/Case Index - National or regional searches of court records by name and Social Security Number in the bankruptcy index,
party name and nature of suit in the civil index, and party name in the criminal index.
in personal injury litigation, including asbestosis, medical malpractice, birth injuries, cerebral palsy, fen-phen, breast implants, whistle blowers,
workers' compensation, Social Security Disability, Automobile Accidents, Defective Products and Toxic Torts.
U.S. federal, military, and state law enforcement agencies, as well as those in other countries worldwide.
Self Help Law Center - free online child support calculator. legal references for self help in many areas of law
SeniorLaw - information about Elder Law (Elderlaw), Medicare, Medicaid, estate planning, trusts and the rights of the elderly and disabled
Stupid Laws- huge collection of the most senseless laws in the entire United States
Supreme Court Guide - emphasis on the current Supreme Court, the important cases of the current term, and links to past
New York Times articles with biographical information on the current justices. Also provided is the docket for the current term, landmark cases, and a discussion forum.
USA Law - USA Law has been providing legal information to the Internet community for many years
Virtual Chase, The - a research site for legal professionals or anyone interested in doing research using the Internet
Webgator - investigative resource on the Web
World Legal History - Timetable provides summary of important events in legal history. From Urukagina's Code, to the GATT Agreements.
and the Law Hall of Horrors. From Hammurabi to O.J.