National Organization of Bar Counsel

Legal Resources


All Law provides links relating to particular practice areas, legal news, federal and state branches of government, statutes on line, law schools, law journals, CLE information.
 
The Association of American Law Schools Directory of Legal Academia (U.S.) provides a list of the member and non-member fee-paid schools of The Association of American Law Schools.
  
eLawyering is an outgrowth of the ABA’s Presidential Task Force on Innovative Ways to deliver legal services over the Internet. The site, sponsored by the eLawyering Committee of the American Bar Association Law Practice Management Section, is designed to assist lawyers in practicing over the internet.  It includes information on the ethical issues facing legal professionals as they integrate technology and adapt their practices to a electronic environment.
 
Ethics and Lawyering Today is a newsletter providing short descriptions of recent ethics-related cases, opinions, and other developments.
 
Fedlaw:  references of use to people doing Federal legal research.
 
Fedworld is a gateway to government information managed by the National Technical Information Service as part of it's information management mandate.
 
FindLaw is a comprehensive internet legal site with links to on-line statutes, federal and state government resources, law reviews, supreme court opinions
 
Freivogel on Conflicts is an online guide to conflicts of interest, designed primarily for lawyers with sophisticated business and litigation practices.  Includes a great many case synopses and forms.
 
The Internet Lawyer site has connections to various internet resources for lawyers and publishes a monthly newsletter.
 
Law.com:  legal news and directories.
 
Law and Policy Institutions provides a point of access for legal and legislative information, including domestic legal topics, significant international treaties, journals, and various legal databases.
 
Legalethics.com focuses on ethical issues raised by the Internet and Internet technology, It features links to articles, rules, and information relating to Internet ethics issues, including lawyer advertising, confidentiality, and Unauthorized Practice of Law (UPL). The site also offers links to primary Internet legal research and general ethics resources.
 
The Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School is a research and electronic publishing activity of the Cornell Law School; it publishes electronic versions of core materials in numerous areas of the law both online and packaged for download.
 
Martindale.com will find a lawyer by name, firm name, practice area or location.
 
Nerd World has a vast listing of miscellaneous legal resources and services. 
 
 
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