Freedom of Expression at the National Endowment for the Arts. "An interdisciplinary education project partially funded by the American Bar Association, Commission on College and University Legal Studies through the ABA Fund for Justice and Education." A fine collection of resources, including examples of legal briefs. Julie Van Camp, California State University at Long Beach.
FindLaw. Index to legal research resources on the Web. Yahoo-style layout makes finding specific types of resources easy. Federal, state, and international law, law reviews, organizations, legal forms, news, etc.
LawCrawler. Search the Web for legal information. FindLaw has organized the search process for you with drop-down menus and clearly-defined search options.
The official print version of Supreme Court Decisions, called United States Reports or U.S. Reports, are available in Ramsey Library from 1966, v. 387- present. REF KF101 .U5.
Supreme Court Decisions. "Project Hermes" archive maintained by Cornell University Legal Information Institute contains nearly all opinions of the court issued since May of 1990. Also, over 600 important decisions are available as a searchable collection.
OYEZ. Multimedia archive of the Supreme Court.
Federal Judiciary Home Page. All about our federal court system.
U. S. Sentencing Commission. Establishes sentencing policies for federal courts.
Introduction to Basic Legal Citation (1997-98 ed.). Peter W. Martin, Cornell Law School.
Organized by type of material, such as cases, laws, constitutions, etc.
Located in Ramsey Library's GENERAL COLLECTION (ZA3075 .S74 2006), this reference covers usage of many types of accessible information including books, e-books, articles, digitized collections, biographies, legal research and government documents. A critical chapter is devoted to citing sources, avoiding plagiarism, and organizing references.