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American Bar Association (ABA) - Other ABA Websites: Find Legal Help.

ABA Journal Law News Now - Law news, magazine, blogs, podcasts, and more from the American Bar Association.

American Law Sources On-line

A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774-1873

Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse - A collection of documents and information about civil rights cases in selected case categories across the United States.  University of Michigan Law School.

Code of Federal Regulations - The Code of Federal Regulations is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

Congressional Hearings - Law Library of Congress - Contains hearings pertaining to Census,  Freedom of Information/Privacy, and Immigration.


United States Copyright Office

Library of Congress Copyright Information Circulars 

Copyright 411 Tutorial

ARL Copyright and Intellectual Property Pages

Copyright & Fair Use (Stanford)

More Copyright Links

Encyclopedia of Law and Economics

FDsys Database (Formerly GPO Access) - Collections of government data from the Government Printing Office. Includes the Code of Federal Regulations, Congressional bills, hearings, and records, Federal Register, U.S. Code, and more.

FJC Internet Homepage - The Federal Judicial Center's official web site. 

FedLaw - Includes Federal laws, rules, and regulations; Federal judicial decisions; some state laws; arbitration and mediation; general research and reference sources; professional associations; and legal-related how-to locations.

FindLaw - Internet legal resources (law, lawyers, legal).

FindLaw: State Resources - Internet legal resources by state.

Foreign, Comparative and International Law Databases and Websites - from the Law Library of Congress.

Full-text state statutes and legislation on the Internet - Links to sites containing full-text state constitutions, statutes, legislation and session laws.

Guide to Law Online (Library of Congress) - Easy to use annotated guide to sources of information on government and law available online.

Human Rights Library - From the University of Minnesota.

Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties

Internet Law Library - Useful portal for legal information and resources, both American and International.

International Legal Research Tutorial - From Duke University.  

ILRG - (Internet Legal Resources Guide) Legal forms and information about legal forms.

Jurist Legal News & Research -  Each topic section contains current international and national news articles and recommended websites.

Law and Government Associations on the 'Net

Lawyers.com - Internet resources to help locate an attorney.

Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School - Materials and Internet links organized by subject.

LexisONE Community - The online community is closed, but the free forms and free case law search are still available.

LLRX - Labor and employment law resources on the Internet.

Legislative Research Guide

United States Law Research Guides by Subject

Martindale-Hubbell - The Martindale-Hubble legal directory.

Microsoft Office Templates - Search for legal. 

Occupational and Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) - OSHA's official homepage. Information includes programs, offices, Federal Register, Standards and Compliance links. There are News releases, Speeches, Testimony and Publications.

Office of the Law Revision Counsel - Prepares and publishes the United States Code.

The OYEZ Project - U.S. Supreme Court multimedia database.

Recommended Resources by Topic - Law Library of Congress (Library of Congress) 

Supreme Court: A Guide to Research on the Web

Supreme Court Collection - This archive contains all opinions of the court issued since May of 1990. In addition, over 580 of the most important historical decisions of the Court.

Supreme Court of the United States - The official site for the U.S. Supreme Court.

Supreme Court Center at Find Law

THOMAS - Legislative information on the Internet.

How Our Laws are Made

Resources for Legislative Researchers

The United States Code - Contains the laws in force as of January 26, 1994 and a way to determine if a particular part of the Code has since been amended.

U.S. Copyright Office - Information regarding U.S. copyright laws.

U.S. Courts and U.S. Courts Finder - Official web portal for Federal Courts.

PACER - Public Access to Court Electronic Records.

United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit - Geographic jurisdiction: Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, and Wyoming.

WashLaw WEB - (Washburn University School of Law) Host site of the United States Court of Appeals, 1st through 11th Circuits.  Includes many other legal resources. 

WashLaw WEB: StateLaw - State government and legislative information.