Legal Resources on the Internet

 

The websites listed have been found to be the most useful when conducting free legal research on the Internet. Please contact the Supreme Court Law Library if you have any questions about this list or have a suggestion of other websites that you would want to be included. 

Comprehensive Legal/Law Sites

  • Cornell University Law School, Legal Information Institute - Constitutions and codes, court opinions, courts rules, legal resources for federal and state governments and U.S. territories; Uniform Commercial Code; legal ethics and social security libraries. U.S. Supreme Court Opinions available back to 1990 and generally posted within hours after being issued.

  • FindLaw - Includes lawyer directory; extensive collection of links to U. S. Supreme Court cases from 1893; the U.S. Constitution with annotations; 50-states legal resources; national, state, and foreign bar associations; other legal organizations; academic law journals; law schools.

  • Hieros Gamos, Worldwide Legal Directories - A comprehensive legal and government portal to international, national and state governments; organizations; associations; libraries; law schools. Includes over 200 practice areas, law journals, products and services.

  • International Law Research

  • Justia

  • FDSys Official information from all the US three branches of federal goverment

  • Law Library of Congress

  • LexisNexis Law Communities - Provides legal news, commentary, blogs, videos, prodcasts and an extensive collection of treatises.

Pacific Court Links

Legal Websites

FSM National Government

FSM State Governments

Others