Legal Information Institute (
LII, the most linked to legal web resource in the field of law, has comprehensive legal information from the federal government and states (including constitutions, cases and codes) and foreign countries, as well as topical information.
JURIST is the Internet's legal education portal, the university-based academic gateway to authoritative legal instruction, information and scholarship online.
Findlaw provides comprehensive legal resources for legal professionals, businesses, students, and individuals.
American Bar Association (
In addition to providing information about the
This site has extensive links to various types of legal resources. These include federal and state web resources, as well as legal associations, legal education, etc.
Law.com provides a number of links to national and regional news sites, as well as other resources for attorneys.
LLRX (Law Library Resource Xchange) provides up-to-date information on a wide range of Internet research and technology-related issues, applications, resources and tools.
Hieros Gamos is particularly useful for legal practitioners, with materials on the business of lawyering as well as substantive legal information.
The Avalon Project at
Searchable documents from the last three+ centuries in the fields of Law, History, Economics, Politics, Diplomacy and Government.