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THE CARDOZO RESOURCES ON COMPARATIVE LAW
WEB'S LEGAL DICTIONARY
LAW AND ECONOMICS ON THE WEB
LAW SITES ON THE WEB
We invite you to walk arounf the Internet Law Library, and use Find Law
and read the other Law Journals on the Web
Anyway, in Law one of the best link is still to the Cornell Law School, also as a Gopher service, and as a bundle of Lawlinks.
Otherwise you may consult the Stanford's Index or
Good Links are available through theGopher servers related to law A collection maintained in the UK, and through the US Library of Congress but above all through the law-index of the Virtual Library. Click here for a guided tour.
A very nice place to spend time in is now The Yale Law School Lillian Goldman Library
A collection of links to bulletins, newspapers, newsletters, law reviews and journals, magazines, and other serial publications (including a bibliography and an index) can be found here
If you are a practitioner you might be interested to theWest's Legal Directory . A searchable directory of 675,000 law firms. If a scholar you may find here a list of law schools
Click here to go to another list of interesting internet sites
Moreover you may taste The Law of Cyberspace: Resources on the Internet
Other good locations are The Legal Pad and 'Lecrtic Law Library
Then you can try with The Legal Informations, or Dr. Stee's Legal Links. There is also the Center for computer assisted legal instruction CALI, the Newsletters on Law,and the Law Library Resource,
Other good collections of legal links are:
Finally you can directly connect to LEXIS
|General Lists of Various Law Services||Selected Law Sites||Commerce Related Material|
|Law Databases||Law Publishers||Selected Libraries||Bookstores|
|Extended Searches and Interests|
You may be interested to the complete global index of the Virtual Library
You may find a complete Subject Tree of Italian Resources at the CNR site.
If you're interested in learning about the WorldWideWeb and how it works, you should look at the information at CERN -- the birthplace of the Web projec
If you need a good browser you can look at NCSA What's New page. If tou want to learn how to write on the web the best site is the Yale Style Manual.
You might also want to look at all the Gophers in the world or a comprehensive list of FTP sites.
Back to the Cardozo
Here we have links to some liberal reviews:
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass