A Guide to Law Online

Law is a broad area of study. The laws are very complex, and it is impossible for a layperson to understand all aspects of them. Hence, people need to consult with experts to get the proper interpretations of laws. This can be done by writing articles that are published in reputed websites. Writing a good quality article can help you gain visibility and reputation as an expert in your field.

This research guide aggregates links to useful and reliable sites for law-related information from international, multinational, foreign, federal, state, territorial, and tribal jurisdictions. Emphasis has been placed on sites offering the full texts of laws, regulations, and court decisions, along with commentary from lawyers writing primarily for other lawyers. The guide also provides pointers to sites with legal information written by or for non-lawyers.

It is designed to supplement, not replace, a library’s existing resources for online research in New York state law. It is co-owned by Jennifer Allison and Catherine Biondo, and it is updated regularly with the assistance of New York-based librarians and LIS students.

The Glannon Guide series mirrors the classroom experience, with straightforward explanations of tough concepts, interspersed with hypotheticals that show how and why a solution works or doesn’t work. This style is effective because it helps students to better grasp difficult material. The guides are readable, accessible and engaging, with a humorous tone that makes the content stick. Legal jargon is avoided whenever possible.

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