academic organizations formally join to collectively explore
the intellectual endeavor of tackling the expansive areas
of law and legal issues.
together, these organizations produce an accomplished end
with the most comprehensive, free, and accurate internet resources
for legal researchers and easily accessed below.
Law Institute (ALI) - An organization of judges, professors,
and lawyers helpig to clarify the wording of law for better
understanding, and publishes its findings which are cited
frequently by the courts and sometimes adopted as primary
and Irish Legal Information Institute (BAILII) - Hosted
by the Institute of Advanced Studies, London and the Law Faculty
of the University College Cork this site has 46 databases
covering 7 jurisdictions of freely accessible British and
Irish Public Legal Information.
Legal Information Institute (CANLII) - Comprehensive
collection of Canadian case law initiated by The Federation
of Law Societies of Canada, an umbrella organization of the
14 Canadian Law societies hosted at the University of Montreal's
Public Law Research Center.
Legislative Source Book - Law Librarian's Society
of Washington D.C., this collaborative website offers links,
contact information and makes available a valuable source
for state legislatures, laws, and state regulations.
Legal Information Institute - (WorldLII) - Access
to free global legal information from 473 databases of 55
countries including 21 international databases provided by
the Faculties of UTS and UNSW.
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