Other Useful Sites
Organizational matters, links to legal info, and other useful material
for lawyers; the guide for the public is useful for laypeople.
Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Society of International Law--an
excellent gateway to selected internet resources on international law,
and subject bibliographies of articles.
Citizen Media Law Project -- "The guide is intended for use
by citizen media creators with or without formal legal training, as well
as others with an interest in these issues, and focuses on the wide
range of legal issues online publishers are likely to face, including
risks associated with publication, such as defamation and privacy torts;
intellectual property; access to government information; newsgathering;
and general legal issues involved in setting up a business."
of Hammurabi -- from the Yale Avalon Project, with interactive
and Foreign Law
Pages from Law Journals
links and audio/video clips of Q&A
sessions with justices.
--the latest news and links to law reviews and journals.
in Law, History & Diplomacy
-- full-text from Yale Law School
on the Courts--links
to full texts of newsworthy court decisions.
-- an excellent FAQ from the ABA.
to European Legal Databases
Law -- links
guide to legal articles, courses, search engines, and professors.
allows you to either search with LawFinder or go into
specific bodies of law to search -- state law, county and city law, federal
case law, etc. What is available for searching will vary from state to
state. It includes Audio and Visual live web resources, such as
Court TV Live and Supreme Court audio, too
related to Religion -- human rights, church & state,
articles and links to other resources including state codes of
of the World --
full-text of laws.
American Legal Resources -- from the University of Oklahoma
Law Center. Includes full text of tribal constitutions, tribal
codes and other legal documents.
Pew Forum on Religion &
Public Life: Law -- This nonpartisan organization provides
information (news, backgrounders, polls and surveys), but takes no
position on "issues at the intersection of religion and public affairs."
Proceedings of the Old Bailey
-- "A fully searchable
online edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of
non-elite people ever published, containing accounts of over 100,000
criminal trials held at London's central criminal court."
Non-U.S. Treaties -- provides information on multilateral and
bilateral treaties and links to full-text treaties on the Internet.
U.S. Treaties and Agreements
-- provides information on where
to find U.S. treaties and agreements, and links to full-text treaties
on the Internet.
West's Law Office Directory
Law Librarians Internet Sources
Court of International Trade
Supreme Court Historical Society --
accomplishes its mission by conducting public and educational
programs, publishing books and other materials, supporting historical
research, and collecting antiques and artifacts related to the Court's
history." Includes audio/visual clips of historical figures and
S. Supreme Court : Rules of Court -- some of the documents are
in .pdf format.
Guide to U.S. Supreme Court Research