AMERICAN LAW SOURCES ON-LINE
(ALSO!) A comprehensive, uniform, and useful compilation of links
to freely accessible online sources of law for the United States and Canada.
Also included is a link to the Mexican Institute de Investigaciones Juridicas,
which maintains a separate listing of online legal sources for Mexico.
CONSUMER LAW PAGE
The Consumer Law Page is divided into three main areas: Articles,
Brochures, and Resources.
FINDLAW: INTERNET LEGAL
This site is a powerful guide to US case law, law codes, law review articles,
legal news, lawyers, law schools, law consultants, legal organizations,
and other areas of the law. FindLaw includes numerous links to state
and international law.
STATE STATUTES AND LEGISLATION
This site links to web pages containing full-text state constitutions,
statutes, legislation and session laws. Also provides search capabilities
for Kansas Statutes and legislative bills by number and keyword.
This site provides an array of legal links: What's New, Legal Research,
Legal Questions, Legal Resources, Tools, Q & A, and Additional Links.
'LECTRIC LAW LIBRARY
The 'Lectric Law Library is divided into: 'Lectric Law Lexicon,
Legal Topic Areas, Internet Law Library, and 'Lectric Legal Links.
Findlaw offers an extensive list of alphabetically arranged legal forms.
LEGAL INFORMATION INSTITUTE
This site provides information to a vast selection of legal material,
including recent and historic Supreme Court decisions, full-text access
to state statutes and state constitutions, full-text of the Code of Federal
Regulations, the U.S. Code, and bills pending in state legislatures.
INFORMATION AND SITES
This site provides general information regarding the Lemon Law and an
alphabetical listing of state specific Lemon Laws.
The following options are available when searching for an attorney:
Locate a Lawyer by Name/Firm/Location/Practice/Corporate/ and Faculty.
LAW FOR ALL
This well organized Internet site offers a Legal Encyclopedia which may
be utilized in three ways: Choose a Topic from the Keyword List,
Browse the Table of Contents, or Enter a Search Term.
USLaw.com targets Internet users (both consumers and small-business owners)
seeking information concerning their legal problems. Six central
areas include: Ask a Lawyer, Find a Lawyer, Build a Document, Law
Areas, and Tips & Techniques. The legal information provided
is written for the average consumer.
Washburn University School of Law located in Topeka, Kansas has created
on extensive array of legal Internet links constructed in table format.