Whether you are an attorney, law student or simply interested in the legal system, there is a wide range of information available on the Web that can be helpful in your research. This guide to law provides access to many of these resources and is intended to help you navigate the world of Internet legal research.
Guide to Law Online (currently in its fourth edition) offers links to useful and reliable sites for legal information from international, multinational, foreign, federal, state, territorial, and tribal jurisdictions. It focuses on sites offering the full texts of laws, regulations, and court decisions along with commentary from lawyers writing primarily for other lawyers.
This is an annotated list of links to legal information for the public. It was compiled with the needs of the public in mind and does not constitute an endorsement of the site by the Law Library.
A practice guide is a book or manual that explains the specific procedures an attorney must follow in order to successfully represent a client. These guides often include checklists and sample pleadings and may also set forth the underlying substantive law.
Examples of practice guides are: – California Uninsured Motorist Practice, a step-by-step guide to personal injury in the state – California Automobile Insurance Law Guide, a comprehensive resource that covers insurance law and litigation and – California Government Tort Liability Practice, a practice guide for representing parties who have a claim against the government.