Source Annotations

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  4. R-W

ALLLAW

AllLaw attempt provides resources compiled by legal topic and jurisdiction. In addition to providing brief annotations for topical sources, it enables searching select external resources.

AMERICAN LAW SOURCES ONLINE

The American Law Sources Online Federal Government page provides a search engine for all of the Court of Appeals decisions and Bankruptcy Appellate Panel decisions. Searches can be conducted for one or all of the court databases.

AMERICAN LEGAL PUBLISHING ONLINE LIBRARY

American Legal Publishing provides access to codes of ordinances for various cities and towns. The last ordinance for each municipal code is highlighted. Users can choose between framed and unframed versions, and are also able to browse or search the individual codes

BASIC LEGAL CITATION

The Basic Legal Citation site includes access to executive orders, proclamations and in-state citations for Arizona, Illinois, New Mexico, and Texas.

BERNSTEIN’S DICTIONARY OF BANKRUPTCY TERMINOLOGY

The Bernstein’s Dictionary of Bankruptcy Terminology a dictionary that defines the most common terms associated with bankruptcy.

THE CENTER FOR PUBLIC INTEGRITY

The Center for Public Integrity is a nonprofit organization conducts investigative research and reports on public policy issues in the United States and around the world. It offers a number of useful resources, including a guide to filing Freedom of Information requests, a database of political committees, a database of information about prosecutor misconduct, and a database of outside interests reported by state legislators. There is also news and commentary on a variety of issues.

CONTENT PAGES FROM LAW REVIEWS & SCHOLARLY JOURNALS

Content Pages from Law Reviews and Scholarly Journals is a keyword-searchable database of tables of contents from more than 750 law reviews and other scholarly publications. This listing of journals is comprised of titles received by the Tarlton Law Library for the previous three months.

CORNELL LEGAL RESEARCH

The Cornell Legal Research site is created by the law librarians at the Cornell Law Library. It is a compilation of United States and International legal resources in various formats. It is topical and jurisdictional with citations to research tools and direct links. 

THE DUHAIME’S LAW DICTIONARY

The Duhaime’s Law Dictionary is written in plain language and is free. Terms are accessed by clicking on the first letter of the term to be researched.

E-CODES

General Code Publishers offers numerous municipal codes from cities and counties in the United States, most of which are in the northeastern part of the county.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LEGISLATION DATABASE

The National Conference of State Legislatures offers the Environmental Health Legislation Database for finding legislation and current law on environmental health issues from all 50 states. Coverage extends back to 2000 and topics include indoor air quality, pesticides, lead, asbestos and others. Users may search by keyword for information about the state, bill number, sponsor, status, date of last action and description.

EVERYBODY’S LEGAL GLOSSARY

Everybody’s Legal Glossary contains plain English definitions for hundreds of legal terms.

EXPERT’S PAGE

Expert’s Page enables users to locate an expert witness or consultant. This service links attorneys, law firms and legal professionals to thousands of expert witnesses. The experts are searchable by subject area or name.