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Legal Resources for MBA students: Free Internet Law Sites

Legal Research for Business Students

Free Internet Law Sites

California Law Sites

FindLaw's California Page (http://california.lp.findlaw.com/) - A good overall starting-place for California legal research on the Internet. This site links to selected cases, statutes, court information, forms, and more.

California Courts - The Judicial Branch of California (http://www.courts.ca.gov/) - An official site including recent cases, Judicial Council forms, court rules, links to Courts of Appeal and trial courts, a self-help center, and other court information.

California Code of Regulations (http://ccr.oal.ca.gov/ ) - This Web site contains "the text of the regulations that have been formally adopted by state agencies, reviewed and approved by the Office of Administrative Law, and filed with the Secretary of State." The site is updated weekly. Researchers may search by key word, browse by Title or agency name, or retrieve regulations by citation.
 

All Prupose Law Sites

All-Purpose Law Sites

Good free Web sites for accessing legal information are

FindLaw (http://www.findlaw.com/). One of the most extensive all-purpose legal research sites on the Internet, FindLaw provides news, primary documents, and links to all sorts of legal materials.   

WashLaw WEB (http://www.washlaw.edu).  Washburn University Law School's collection of links to Web sites, Internet and commercial databases, discussion group archives, and more. WashLaw WEB covers United States, foreign, and international legal materials. Although it is very bare bones, it is thorough and current.

 Cornell’s Legal Information Institute:  (http://www.law.cornell.edu/).    Another well-respected site offering original materials and links to myriad other sites. LII is organized by topic, type of material, and jurisdiction.