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  • Law360  Icon
    Legal news and current awareness tools for a variety of practice areas. Updated every business day.
  • Legal Information Institute (LII)
    A free source for U.S. federal statutes, regulations, and decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court. Also includes a legal dictionary, encyclopedia, and a Guide to Basic Legal Citation.
  • Legal Scholarship Network (SSRN)
    A free source for research papers and professional announcments for legal scholars.
  • Legal Services of New Jersey - Publications
    A source for free New Jersey legal information manuals (some in multiple languages) on topics including divorce, domestic violence, foreclosure, tenants' rights, termination of parental rights, and welfare rights.
  • Legislative Source Book
    A compendium of resources for tracking, analysing, and compiling U.S. federal legislative information. Published by the Law Librarians' Society of Washington, D.C.
  • Lexis Advance  Icon  Icon
    Comprehensive source for U.S. law, secondary sources, forms, finding tools, and news.
  • LexisNexis Statistical Insight  Icon
    Permits searching across many government statistical databases.
  • LLMC (Law Library Microform Consortium)  Icon
    A source for older government publications, including state session laws and codes.
  • LLRX
    A source for court rules, legal forms, and dockets, as well as original articles on a wide range of law and legal technology issues.
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