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Legal Information Institute
Legal information organized by topic and source from Cornell law school.

Access to free case law, codes, regulations, legal articles and legal blogs.

Google Scholar
Search and read opinions from US state appellate and supreme court cases since 1950, US federal district, appellate, tax and bankruptcy courts since 1923 and US Supreme Court cases since 1791.

Ravel Law (requires Drake email account to sign-up)
Perform legal research with search visualizations.

Provides full text access to Federal publications.

Official gateway to U.S. government information on the Internet, with more than 50 million pages from 20,000 federal, state, territorial and tribal sites.

Oyez Project
A database of U.S. Supreme Court materials which allows you to listen to complete recordings of actual oral arguments.

U.S. Federal Courts
Provides links and information to U.S. Courts at the federal level. 
U.S. State Courts
A directory of U.S. court web sites.

Iowa Judicial Branch
Provides access to decisions, court rules, court schedules and more.

Iowa Legislature
Provides access to bill tracking, session journals, Iowa Code, Iowa Administrative Code and more.

Excellent starting point when researching a particular legal topic.

Drake Law Library Research Guides


Comprehensive legal news site.

Law Professor Blogs
Directory of legal blogs written by law professors.

Legal Practice

Law Practice Today
The ABA Law Practice Management Section source for the latest on managing a law practice.

Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division Publications - American Bar Association
Legal information to help your practice.


iPhone JD.com
Keep current on legal apps and reviews available on the iPhone and iPad.

Provides information on current legal technology trends.

Mobile Apps for Law Students and Lawyers
Comprehensive list of apps for Android, iPhones and other devices.

Last Modified: 4/4/2016 2:39:00 PM by David Hanson