Faulkner University

General Law-Related Reference

CataLaw: Meta Index of Law and Government.
This meta index to legal and governmental sites is maintained by attorney Dov Wisebrod, a Canadian attorney and co-founder of the Legal Group for the Internet in Canada.
http://www.CataLaw.com/

Justia.com: Legal Subject Areas
This open site collects a wide variety of resources in various legal subject areas.
http://www.justia.com/

Continuing Legal Education. ALI-ABA.
A complete guide to post-admission legal education, including a listing of the MCLE requirements of each state, publications, video and audio tapes, periodicals, etc.
http://www.ALI-ABA.org

Findlaw: Internet Legal Resources
This site encompasses a wide range of legal resources, from law schools and statutes to law reviews and subject indexes of substantive legal resources. Features the LawCrawler search engine.
http://www.findlaw.com

Heiros Gamos Lex Mundi, A Global Association of 143 Independent Law Firms
Heiros Gamos bills itself as the largest and only comprehensive legal site with over 20,000 original pages and more than 70,000 links. HG1 contains information on over 6,000 legal organizations including every government in the world. HG2 includes over 200 practice areas, over 300 discussion groups, and 50 doing business guides, as well as hundreds of hours of online seminars. HG3 contains self-listing modifiable databases for meetings, publications, employment, law firms, experts, court reports, ADR professionals, private investigators and process servers. HG3 also includes News, the Law Library, the Student's Page, Journals A Search feature accesses 15, 000 law-related URL's.
http://www.hg.org

Law Lexicon. The 'Lectric Law Library.
Among this site's numerous offerings is a large collection of legal practice and business forms, a Lexicon containing thousands of law-related words, terms, and phrases, and specific topic areas. This is also a site with a unique sense of humor.
http://www.lectlaw.com/ref.html

Legal Ethics
http://www.legalethics.com

Legal Information Institute Website. Cornell Law School
Contains a varied collection of legal documents and links to other law-related sites. Created in 1992 by the National Center for Automated Information and Cornell Law School, this site contains opinions of the U.S. Supreme Court, New York Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Code. There are also menus of legal topics, sources, organizations, and people.
http://www4.law.cornell.edu/

Excellent introduction to basic legal citation style.
http://www.law.cornell.edu/citation/

LexisOne
http://www.lexisone.com

Martindale-Hubbell
Connects lawyers and firms with their clients and potential clients, facilitates communication between members of the legal profession and provides access to a wide range of biographical information and professional credentials regarding lawyers in private, corporate and government.
http://www.martindale.com

WashLaw Web. Washburn University School of Law
Easily accessible links to a wide variety of law-related Web sites and full-text search engine make this site an excellent research tool.
http://www.washlaw.edu

Findlaw Legal Directory.
This free service of Findlaw provides biographical information about lawyers, law firms, government officers, and corporate law offices in the United States and Canada. It also provides information regarding expert witnesses.
http://legalrecords.findlaw.com/ss/namesearch_index.jsp?ch=CCC

Yahoo's Law Guide
The government and law section of the Yahoo directory provides an alternative to searching Yahoo for legal topics from a broader perspective.
http://www.yahoo.com/Government/Law

 

 
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