The National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals »
AAJ members can now access profiles of 800+ alternative dispute resolution neutrals across the United States. These neutrals are members of the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (NADN), distinguished by their hands-on experience in the field of civil and commercial conflict resolution, and by their commitment to the practice of alternative dispute resolution. Membership in NADN is by invitation only and limited to attorney mediators and arbitrators who have proven experience in the field. All Academy members have been thoroughly reviewed and found to meet stringent practice criteria. AAJ members can “rate” the neutrals, providing user recommendations for your fellow members.
AAJ members can search for the ideal neutral for your own case by State, ADR expertise, Case Experience, Qualifications - or simply check which neutrals have been recommended by fellow AAJ members. In addition, most NADN members publish live Available Dates Calendars online, allowing direct email contact with their scheduling staff for appointments. It's almost "Expedia" for Litigators
The 'Lectric Law Library »
This site offers an "eclectic" collection of information geared mainly for the legal profession, but also including a variety of non-legal oriented materials that anyone might use.
ABA Administrative Procedures Database »
This site is eveloped and maintained with the cooperation and support of the American Bar Association's Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice and the Florida State University College of Law. It is designed to facilitate the exchange of information about federal and state administrative law among legislators, lawyers, hearing officers, judges, and citizens.
The most efficient tool for finding law on the Internet. CataLaw arranges hundreds of legal and government indexes into a single, simple, intuitive metaindex. CataLaw is the catalog of catalogs of law on the Internet.
Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction »
CALI is a collaborative effort of Minnesota Law School and Harvard Law School to provide computer-assisted legal tutorials written by professors from around the country.
Cornell Law School's Legal Information Institute »
LII gives you access to recent Supreme Court Decisions as well as providing an additional venue for Cornell Law School publications and commentary by faculty, staff and students.
Findlaw provides links to a variety of legal web sites, but also contains a search engine of legal web sites as well as the ability to search for law reviews.
Hieros Gamos »
HG is a very large legal site which provides over 10,000 links, over 12,000 pages ranging from practice areas to discussion groups and online seminars.
Internet Legal Resource Site »
The comprehensive guide to legal resources on the Internet.
Jeff Flax's Law Related Resources »
This is a rather large and informed list of legal web sites, which itself could almost constitute a superlink web site.
Law Journal Extra! »
LJX provides daily news in the legal world from the proprietary publications of National Law Journal and New York Law Journal. It also contains links to recent state and federal court decisions.
Lawyers Weekly USA »
Lawyers Weekly has for nearly three decades been the nation's leading publisher of legal newspapers for practicing attorneys in the United States and is now the leading publisher of legal information on the Internet.
Lawmall - For Lawyers, Clients & State Government Servers »
LawMall is a collection of legal information and sources on the internet. It provides information for lawyers and non-lawyers alike.
Legal-Explanations.com provides free legal resources written in plain English. Contains over 2,500 legal definitions.
NBTA is the National Board of Trial Advocacy. It certifies specialists in civil trial, criminal trial and family trial law specialties.
Web Journal of Current Legal Issues »
The Web Journal of Current Legal Issues is published bi-monthly on the World Wide Web. The focus of the Journal is on current legal issues in judicial decisions, law reform, legislation, legal research, policy related socio-legal research, legal information, information technology and practice.