Legal Information Institute at Cornell
Arguably the premier site for legal information on the web, this site combines archives of full-text legal material with a well-organized directory of links to legal resources elsewhere on the Internet. This site is well known for its collection of U.S. Supreme Court decisions since 1990, recent decisions of the N.Y. Court of Appeals, the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Code, the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, and many uniform laws and treaties.
WashLaw WEB at Washburn University
Washburn University is a major player in the delivery of online legal resources. This site is well known for the broad range of categories or legal topics that link to an assortment of online legal information.
Associations' and Organizations' Sites
Casemaker - Colorado Bar Association
A comprehensive online legal research library and search engine that is available only to Colorado Bar Association members. This powerful research tool provides CBA members with free and unlimited access to a wealth of legal research materials, including both state and federal case law, statutes, regulations and much more.
National Conference of State Legislatures
This site contains information gleaned from the home pages and websites of the fifty state legislatures, the District of Columbia and the Territories. You can select to view specific website content materials (such as, bills, press rooms, statutes) from all states, one state or a selected list of states. NCSL Mission Statement:
As NCSL enters its next quarter century of service to legislatures, we are committed to helping you advance your ideas.
American Bar Association
This site has information about the ABA's divisions, ABA publications, and events and programs sponsored by the ABA.
Companies' and Publishers' Sites
Colorado Legal Research
State of Colorado
Colorado Attorney General
Colorado Bar Association
Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
Law Week Colorado
GPO Federal Digital System (FDsys)
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