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Comprehensive Legal Websites

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  • Cornell University School of Law’s Legal Information Institute
    Constitutions and codes, court opinions, courts rules, legal resources for federal and state governments and U.S. territories; Uniform Commercial Code; legal ethics and social security libraries. Probably the best site for U.S. Supreme Court opinions, available since 1990 and usually posted within hours after being issued.
  • FindLaw
    One attorney describes this as the “Swiss Army Knife” of legal research. Includes extensive collection of links to U. S. Supreme Court cases from 1893; the U.S. Constitution with annotations; 50-states legal resources; national, state, and foreign bar associations; other legal organizations; academic law journals; law schools.
  • Hieros Gamos
    The Comprehensive Legal and Government Portal – International, national and state governments, organizations, associations, libraries, law schools; 200 practice areas; law journals; products and services.
  • Legislative Reference Bureau’s Virtual Reference Desk
    Links to legislative, executive and judicial resources for Hawai`i, federal and state governments; major Hawai`i and national newspapers, magazines and journals; Hawai`i on-line library catalogs.
  • Justia
    Justia is a legal media and technology company focused on making legal information, resources and services easy to find on the Internet. It provides free case law, codes, regulations, legal articles and legal blog databases, as well as community resources.