Everyone is unique; we all have different backgrounds, skill sets, personalities, likes and dislikes, and pet peeves. So, it’s no surprise that it can be difficult to determine what practice area is right for you.
That’s why we’ve put together this guide to law, a collection of resources that will help you find the area of law that is best suited for you. Whether you’re already in law school or you’ve just graduated, this guide will be helpful to you throughout your legal career!
The Guide to Law Online: a selective listing of useful and reliable sources for international, multinational, federal, state, territorial, and tribal jurisdictions
This annotated guide to sites offering the full texts of laws, regulations, court decisions, along with commentary from lawyers writing primarily for other lawyers is an invaluable resource for anyone in the field of government and law. It also includes materials related to law and government written by or for lay persons and government sites providing general information.
The Trademark Law Guide: the ultimate trademark reporter for attorneys and professionals
If you’re involved in intellectual property matters as a paralegal, corporate professional, attorney, or business person, this comprehensive legal reference is essential reading. Clear and concise, the Trademark Law Guide provides all of the important laws, regulations, court decisions, and case excerpts that you need to be knowledgeable about trademark law.
The Bluebook (21st Edition): a resource for law students
This practical guide to the new 21st Edition of the Bluebook will help you learn how to use it, and how to find and read court documents and legal memoranda. It also includes a section that will teach you how to cite court documents and legal memoranda using the Bluebook’s standard rules of citation.