An Annotated Guide to Law Online

Whether law school will be a joyous, soul-transforming challenge or an exhausting, self-limiting trap depends on making smart choices. In this guide, Andrew Ayers—a former top-ranked law student and appellate lawyer—shares invaluable insights from his first year of law school as he provides readers with the tools they need to succeed at the most difficult academic endeavor they’ll ever face. From explaining the vocabulary of law school to discussing seven choices students must make on exam day, Ayers helps readers navigate their unique law school experience with clear, concise advice.

Legal compliance is the process through which a company adheres to all applicable laws and regulations that govern its business activities. Depending on the country in which you operate, your business may need to comply with multiple laws and regulatory agencies. Keeping track of all these rules can be a daunting task for any business owner, especially if you are working with many different jurisdictions.

This is an annotated guide to sources of information on government and law online. It focuses on sites that offer the full texts of laws, regulations and court decisions, along with commentary from lawyers writing primarily for other lawyers. Looseleaf services (those that allow you to pull together statutes, regulations and court opinions in a book) have been included, as have sites designed to help people research specific topics.

This guide is provided free of charge by the Digital Media Law Project. Use of this guide does not create an attorney-client relationship with DMLP or the Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Please see the disclaimer for more information.

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