Guide to research sources in international law. Includes treaties, reports, library catalogs, bibliographies, web sites, and commercial databases. The arrangement is by "chapters" that are easy to navigate.
Interactive legal database which answers basic legal questions and provides contact information for an appropriate lawyer. Offers the text of legal forms, the U.S. Code, and links to the laws of other nations, treaties, state laws, and more.
The LII is a research activity of the Cornell University Law School. It offers the text of recent and historic Supreme Court decisions, the U.S. Code, Constitution, Code of Federal Regulations, and more.
This multimedia database contains current and historical information on the U.S. Supreme Court including audio recordings of arguments and opinions from almost 100 landmark cases and a virtual tour of the Supreme Court building.
Full text database of Slip Opinions from 1999 to the present, term orders, argument calendars, Rules, press releases, visitor guides, and other general information. A link to the Court’s “bench” opinions is provided via GPO’s Federal Bulletin Board.