Resources in Legal Studies
Law Schools -- Especially useful for the pre-law student,
this site provides links to all law schools as well as information on rankings,
admissions, and financial aid.
American Bar Association--
The website of the American Bar Association, with links to its subsections,
such as that on Public Education (college and university legal studies)
and to its professional practice sections (e.g., criminal law, corporate
law, civil rights, intellectual property).
Dictionary -- An on-line law dictionary.
National Law Journal
-- A weekly journal of the legal profession, with news of major developments
concerning the practice of law and major issues in court.
Cornell Legal Information
Institute -- A law school site and search engine.
It provides highlights of the recent term of the U.S. Supreme Court, and
links to the United States Constitution, state constitutions, the
federal rules of procedure, and to all state codes. It also provides
links to legal materials from other countries and to international law
sources. It is especially strong in the area of human rights and
-- News updates on major trials and high-profile cases.
LLRX Law Finder
-- A valuable search engine for legal research.
-- Current cases and issues in the practice of law.
Search -- A very extensively connected search engine.
-- This major Internet source provides a search engine for legal topics.
for Legal History -- The website for the learned society
devoted to the history of law.
and Courts Section, APSA -- Maintained by the Political
Science Department Washington University for the American Political Science
Association, this website provides links to a wide range of law-related
journals, search engines, and other helpful resources.
Law and Politics Book
Review -- A digest of book reviews on law and politics.
Wide Web Virtual Law Library -- Search engines and
categories to browse.
Cyberspace Law Center
-- As it describes itself, "an evolving resource for those interested
in legal issues concerning cyberspace."