15 February 2008


The Public Library of Law is a free site that includes “all the available online caselaw, statutes, regulations, court rules and constitutions from the federal and state governments.” Acesss to the following is through FastCase’s “intuitive interface that woks like popular Web search engines” (read, Google©). The site is updated daily

“All” of the free legal resources that exist on the Internet

An additional 10 years of case law from all 50 states

U.S. Reports: Vol. 1-546, inclusive (1757 to present)

F.2d Vol. 178-999, inclusive (1950 to 1995)

F.3d Vol. 1-491, inclusive (1995 to present)

State cases from 1997 to present

Statutes, regulations, court rules, and constitutions of (federal and all 50 states)

Commonly used legal forms


The Law Library of Congress now offers RSS feeds, consisting of headline, brief summary, and a link back to the website for more information. You can sign up for each of the 4 available feeds or receive the updates by mail.

that leads back to the Library's Web site for more information. You can also keep up with the LLOC by signing up for an email newsletter at http://service.govdelivery.com/service/multi_subscribe.html?code=USLOC&origin=http://www.loc.gov (free registration required)

Law Library News and Events: http://www.loc.gov/rss/law/news.xml
Legal Research Reports: http://www.loc.gov/rss/law/reports.xml
Law Library Webcasts: http://www.loc.gov/rss/law/webcasts.xml
Global Legal Monitor: http://www.loc.gov/rss/law/globalmonitor.xml

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