Oxbridge: What should the law do? Online resources for your capstone projects
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Law School: A full service site with links to news, cases, legal topics
- JDSupra, a relatively new source for all sorts of legal documentation, cases, briefs and the like. It's the "WebMD" of the legal profession. And it's free!
Think of this as a daily news Web site for practicing lawyers. You can
search for topics by legal area and sign up for various e-mail lists.
Links to government websites
that may assist you in your research
Supreme Court: This is a link to the U.S. Supreme Court's official
Web site, which contains opinions, links to oral arguments and other information
about the court. Be sure to check out the Court's
media center, where you'll find podcasts of oral arguments, among
other cool artifacts.
Thomas is a complete guide to U.S. Congressional activity. Here, you'll
find the text of laws, bills and hearings.
This is the "yahoo" guide to the U.S. government on the Web.
The site was launched in September 2000 as the only official U.S. Government
portal to 30 million pages of government information, services, and online
of Congress: Here's where you can search the U.S. Library of Congress
database on the Web. The Library of Congress Online Catalog contains over 12 million bibliographic records representing books, serials, computer files, manuscripts, cartographic materials, music, sound recordings,
and visual materials from the Library's collections.
- FindLaw: This is a complete Web resource for cases, legal news, legal bulletin
boards and legal help. Many cases can be found here.
This link will let you search for cases on the LEXIS database from any
- Landmark Cases (a library of landmark U.S. Supreme Court case documents, and more
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