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Using the Internet for Legal Research
  •  Find legal services

  • Martindale-Hubbell Lawyer Locator  (http://lawyers.martindale.com/)  Search by location, lawyer name, law firm,  and specialty.  You can even search for a lawyer who speaks a specific language.  International coverage.

  • Findlaw:   West Legal Directory  (http://directory.findlaw.com/)  Search by location, including zipcode, names, specialty, and law firm.  Also includes information on choosing and interviewing a lawyers and legal fees.

  • LawInfo.com  (http://www.lawinfo.com/law/)  Search by area code or specialty.  Some international coverage.  Includes information on bail bond, paralegal resources, process servers, etc.

  • Find a form

  • Forms from Findlaw  (http://forms.lp.findlaw.com/)  Links to federal and state forms, as well as forms on various topics.  Includes links to other form sites.

  • FindForms.com  (http://www.findforms.com/)  a database of free legal forms.  Search by keyword or browse topics.  Can also search a "premium database" by state and order forms.  Prices vary from several dollars to several hundred.

  • Uncle Sam:  Forms from the Feds  (http://exlibris.memphis.edu/resource/unclesam/forms.html)  A list of links to forms from the federal government.  Forms include student aid, Veterans' Affairs, IRS, Family History and many, many others.  From the University of Memphis.

  • LawInfo.com  (http://resources.lawinfo.com)  Search for free forms by keyword, subject and/or state.  

  • Legal Research Guides

  • Good places to start looking

  • Catalaw  (http://www.catalaw.com)  A catalog of legal information available on the internet.  Search by topic or region.

  • Findlaw.com  (http://findlaw.com/)  One of the original web law sites.  Has a search engine for legal sites, links to state and federal courts and laws, articles on various aspects of law and legal bulletin boards.

  • LLRX (http://www.llrx.com)  Great compilation of legal resources

  • Nolo.com  (http://www.nolo.com/)  A website providing legal self-help resources.  Articles on many legal topics in plain-english, a legal reference center, "Ask Auntie Nolo" ,  and many useful links.
  • Utah.gov -Utah Laws  (http://www.utah.gov/government/utahlaws.html)  Utah government gateway to Utah legal information


 


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