|American Association of Law
Libraries Online Information Service.
|American Bar Association.
The ABA has created and maintains this Web site as a service to members
|Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse.
The Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse collects documents and information from
civil rights cases across the United States.
|Cornell Law School.
This web site holds the Internet publications of the Legal Information Institute,
part of the Cornell Law School. The server offers the LII's collection of recent and
historic Supreme Court decisions, its hypertext versions of the full U.S. Code, U.S.
Constitution, Federal Rules of Evidence and Civil Procedure, recent opinions of the
York Court of Appeals and commentary on them from the LII bulletin and other
legal materials -- federal, state, foreign and international. It holds the LII's
address directory of faculty and staff at U.S. law schools as well as contact
on other people and organizations in the field of law. It is host to the
Review, and offers information about Cornell Law School and the Cornell
Depository Library Program.
The FDLP was established by Congress to ensure that the American public has
to its government's information. The Government Printing Office provides
information at no cost to designated depository libraries throughout
the country. These
depository libraries, in turn, provide local, no-fee access to
government information in
all formats in an impartial environment with professional
Laws, law reviews, law crawler.
This site has a library of 200+ free legal forms and business
many different topics, everything from simple power of attorney
forms to bills
of sale. These are NOT links to forms elsewhere, but are the
Also presented are two additional legal forms sites based on the
search engine data. Please also see: FormsTool.com.
See also uslegalforms.com
for business, corporation, federal and like forms
tailored by state; charge
is $10 for electronic version, $14 for paper.
|Internet Legal Research
A categorized index of select web sites, as well as thousands legal forms
and documents, this site was established to serve as a resource of the information
available on the Internet concerning law and the legal profession,
with an emphasis on the United States of America
User can perform a search using more than 435 legal search engines and tools
also use a Multiple
Resource Research Tool which allows searching different
legal resources from one
interface and search box either individually or
simultaneously and also offers a unique
"parallel searching" capability.
Law.Net is designed to be a one-stop legal information resource for the Internet.
This is a part of West Group, the leading publisher of legal and educational
materials, and a major provider of news, business, and financial information.
Telnet to the LEXIS-NEXIS Information Service.
This database contains syllabi of the opinions of the Supreme
1990 to the present. Syllabi are summaries of each case prepared by
Court's reporter of decisions. Cornell search engine.
|United States Code.
This version is generated from the most recent version made available by the
House of Representatives.
S Supreme Court.
Docket, calendar and schedules, bar admissions, case handling guide,
opinions, orders; with site search engine.
World Intellectual Property Organization.
(WIPO) is an international organization dedicated to promoting the
protection of works of the human spirit. These works –
intellectual property –
are expanding the bounds of science and
technology and enriching the world
of the arts. Through its work, WIPO plays an important role in enhancing the
quality and enjoyment
of life, as well as creating real wealth for nations.
With headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, WIPO is one of the 16
agencies of the United Nations system of organizations.
It administers 23
international treaties dealing with different
aspects of intellectual property
protection. The Organization counts
178 nations as member states.
Library of Congress Page for gateway access to LC's catalog and those at
A full-text search index, from Washburn University School of Law.
Updating ended on 6-1-2019.