Here are some direct
links to search sites. I tried to keep it simple; I hope you find them
List of Legal
- From Cornell University Law School. Check freshness of
retrieved data by clicking on the "How Current is This?" link.
Brought to you by the Legal Information
Institute , the sole exception to my "no adverts" policy on
this site. Think about donating. They're really
nice; they send you a letter and everything.
Code search, House of Representatives style.
- Never hurts to run a search in two different sites.
The House site offers fuzzy, concept, relate and dictionary
filters, plus old versions of the US Code back to 1991.
- Talk about robust. From the National Archives and
- the Internet
Legal Resource Guide
- From the Lone Star State, a great big list of links, now
called publiclegal. Sure beats "ILRG", which sounds like
something you'd hear at Spring Break.
- A complete linked list of US Circuit, District and
Bankruptcy courts. Good directory, but no cases (except
Supreme Court search
- FindLaw's excellent engines.
- Now from the folks at Lexis.
- For browsable Vermont Statutes,click here
(and now searchable, too).
- For Vermont Supreme Court decisions. Search the last ten
- ...and answers.
legal decisions online
- A linked list.
Attorney General's opinions
eleven of 'em. The others are on paper, but they ceased
publication in 1974. Up to that point, they are available from
the Vermont State Library (Reference Desk: 802-828-3268).
Opinions from subsequent years may be obtained
by contacting Lisa Pettrey-Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Variations on a theme.
- Over twelve hundred links relating to the law of Vermont
municipalities, from Abandoned Property to Zoning. Thankfully,
they're alphabetical. Will open as a .pdf. Get Adobe .pdf
- Brought to you by the Legal Information Institute at
Cornell Law School. They're just swell.
- Full- text search with Boolean, proximity and wildcard operators,
also listed by topic (including "general") and indicates whether an
abstract or full-text is provided.
Reference Resources for Public Librarians
- Considerable overlap with this list, but more general and