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Cornell University Law School’s Legal Information Institute was a pioneer in publishing legal
materials on the Internet.
LEXISNEXIS, this site is geared towards small firms. Free, but must register for full access.
If you could bookmark only one legal site, it would have to be Findlaw. Purchased by West
Group in 2000, this site remains free and offers a comprehensive index of links to practice
resources, case law, codes, legal associations, law reviews and much, much more. Check out the
listings under Legal Professionals and the More Search Options link.
Developed by a team at the Library of Congress this site provides current
and historical legislative information. Databases include bill summaries, full-text versions of
bills, roll call votes, the text of the Congressional Record, committee information including
House and Senate reports, among a host of other legislative documentation.
Name it, you can find it on HG. A wealth of information can be found in the Business Center,
Employment Center, Law Practice Center, Law Student Center, Law Events Center, and even a
GPO Access is a service of the U.S. Government Printing Office. This agency is responsible for
disseminating official information from all three branches of the Federal Government. Great
resource for current and retrospective agency notices, proposed rules, and recent amendments to
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