Law

  • Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries — The best starting place for Massachusetts legal research
  • FindLaw — A searchable directory of legal resources
  • Legal Information Institute — Cornell University sponsors this comprehensive set of legal resources,
    which includes searchable access to Supreme Court decisions and links to many other legal resources
  • Voice of the Shuttle: Legal Studies Page — This collection of legal studies resources is part of the Voice of the Shuttle, the Humanities web site maintained by Alan Liu at the University of California at Santa Barbara
  • Nolo Press — The publisher of the popular legal books offers some useful information including updates to their books
  • Court TV Law Center — The Court TV Law Center includes testimony, transcripts and other documents from major legal cases, as well as general information and links related to different areas of the law

The Legal Profession

  • Martindale-Hubbell Lawyer Locator — Searchable access to listings for lawyers and law firms around the world
  • Lawoffice.com — The Internet version of West’s Legal Directory is updated daily and can be searched in many different ways
  • Massachusetts Bar Association — The Massachusetts Bar Association is the professional association of lawyers. Their web site includes legal news, articles and links to other resources
  • Lawyers Weekly — The web version of the news service for lawyers
  • Law.com — Legal information, e-law services, and legal products on the web

Copyright Law

  • Copyright Law — A comprehensive, authoritative listing of copyright resources from the
    Legal Information Institute, Cornell University
  • Copyright and Fair Use — A guide to resources on copyright and fair use from the Stanford University Libraries

Disability Law

  • ADA Home Page — Information and technical assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act from the United States Department of Justice
  • Disability Law Center of Massachusetts — The Center’s mission is ” To provide legal advocacy on disability issues that promote the fundamental rights of all people with disabilities to participate fully and equally in the social and economic life of Massachusetts”
  • LII: Disability Law: An Overview — A collection of resources from the Legal Information Institute of the Cornell University Law School

Family Law

  • DivorceNet — This Web site includes a great deal of general information about divorce, including information specific to Massachusetts

Laws of Other Nations

  • Nations of the World — Compiled by the Law Library of Congress, includes constitutions and information on the government of the countries, full texts of laws, regulations, and court decisions as well as links to sites providing general information
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