Managed by Thomson Reuters and includes various legal topics ranging from employment law to traffic laws in all 50 states. You can also search for attorneys by practice areas. This site is geared toward the non-professional.
A variety of resources are offered on this website to include the ability to search federal law resources, learn more about areas of law such as immigration or estate planning, and locate an attorney by state. This site is geared toward the non-professional.
Google Scholar allows you to search for court opinions, scholarly articles, and relevant websites. You can also filter your search by federal or state court. The search results resemble a basic Google search.
This website is geared toward persons who want more information or engaging in self-representation. Nolo offers information about legal subjects ranging from automobile accidents to workers compensation. You can also search for lawyers by state.
Created by Fastcase and is one of the largest free law libraries in the world. Public Library of Law (PLoL) gathers information from various websites for access in one place. You can search cases from the U.S. Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, cases from all 50 states (1997-current), federal and state statutes from all 50 states, constitutions, regulations, and court rules.
Cornell Legal Information Institute (LII) is maintained by a nonprofit group at Cornell Law School. The website offers many federal materials such as the U.S. Code, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Federal Rules, and unofficial Supreme Court opinions. There is also a legal encyclopedia which is arranged by subject and includes relevant federal and state materials.