Find/SVP Legal Research Group
The Legal Research Group at FIND/SVP provides lawyers and business executives direct access to a team of expert researchers, lawyers and law librarians who in turn use over 5000 databases, traditional law libraries and other materials to respond to your requests.
United States Federal Courts
The U.S. Federal Courts Home Page is maintained by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts on behalf of the U.S. Courts. The purpose of the site is to serve as a clearinghouse for information from and about the Judicial Branch of the U.S. Government.
National Center for State Courts
The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement of justice. It provides assistance, information, and support to the state courts.
Emory Law Library
An on-line law library, sponsored by Emory Law School. It has recently added searchable databases for 4th, 6th and 11th Circuit Federal cases on-line, which can be found in hyper-links at the Law Library Home Page.
Legal Information Institute
The Grand-Daddy of legal resources on the Internet, this server, sponsored by Cornell Law School, integrates both the Gopher-based and World Wide Web-based offerings of the Institute. There are links to recent Supreme Court decisions, the full U.S. Code, the Cornell Law Review, Menus containing documents and sources by legal topic, and hundreds of sites and other interesting legal resources.
U.S. House of Representatives Internet Law Library
This on-line law library was developed by the House Information Systems (H.I.S.) as part of a demonstration project for the Office of the Legislative Counsel of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Office of the Law Revision Counsel of the U.S. House of Representatives. The directories contain over 1,600 links to the law resources of the InterNet. Full text federal and state laws, Treaties and International law in full-text, are some of the materials available.
United States Code
A full-text, searchable, version of the United States Code, generated with the Government Printing Office’s CDROM.
‘LECTRIC Law Library
A virtual law library, complete with Rotunda, Reading Rooms, wacky characters, and a multitude of useful legal resources. There is a reference room, a legal professional’s lounge, topical listings, periodicals reading room, a book store, and a room for lay people.
The Seamless Website
The first commercial website for lawyers and laypeople. It contains the Chambers, which contains introductory news and messages, the Commons, which contains original articles and writings on law-related businesses, the Shingle, which contains the homepage s of lawyers and law-related businesses, and the Cross-Roads, which contains links to other law-related sites.
College Hill Legal Web Site
College Hill Internet Consultants has established the new Legal Web Site Directory. The Directory includes a comprehensive list of Law Firm Web Sites, Services for Lawyers on the Web, and Articles of interest to Lawyers.
Thomas – Legislative Information
A service of the U.S. Congress, through its library, containing the full text of pending and passed legislation, the full text of the Congressional Record, Hot legislation, a link to the House of Representatives Gopher, the C-Span Gopher, the U.S. House of Representatives Audit, and other Government listings and links.
The American Bar Association
The American Bar Association is on the Web with a vast amount of information and resources for the legal professional. Included on this site is the Legal Technology Resource Center.