Extras – Annotated Guide to a Select Group of Reliable Free Web Sites for Legal Reserchers

Sabrina I. Pacifici is the Editor, Publisher and Web Manager of LLRX.com.

Good Places to Start

Federal/State Law & Law Reviews

  • Guide to Law Online – Sponsored by the Library of Congress; Code, Statutes at Large, Constitution, Agencies and Regulations, Federal Court System and Decisions.
  • Lexis One – Federal and state cases from 1996; Supreme Court cases from 1790.
  • LII: Cornell University Law School – District Court and Bankruptcy Court Decisions, by Circuit.
  • Legal Journals on the Web – Links to full text, abstracts, table of contents (as available); general and subject specific journals.

Federal Government

State Government

Court Rules, Forms & Dockets

  • LLRX Court Rules, Forms & Dockets – Links to over 700 sources for state and federal court rules, forms and dockets. You can browse to find the resource you need, or search by keyword.
  • FedForms – Free forms for the top 500 Government services.
  • U.S. Court Forms – Free court forms for all states (interactive versions require a fee.)

Public Records

  • Pac-Info – Over 4,000 free searchable public records databases
    (US, Canada, Europe, Asia, Worldwide).

Corporate Information

  • CorporateInformation.com – Over 350,000 profiles are indexed; Search by state, county, research reports.
  • Company Sleuth – News, IP, stock profiles & ratings, SEC filings, litigation.
  • IPO.com – Venture – News, analysis and information on early stage capital marketing investing information.

News, Current Awareness

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