• A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation - Library of Congress
  • All Law - comprehensive legal directory and search engine.
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  • American Civil Liberties Union Freedom Network
  • American Law Sources On Line -legal documents from the U.S., Canada, and 
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    , trademark search, and a "ask a patent attorney a question" form.  
  • Attorney.org - Source for laws, attorneys,  legal news and legal information.
  • Avalon Project at Yale Law School - historical documents in law, history and 
  • Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law - nonprofit organization devoted to advocacy for 
    the legal rights of those with mental disabilities.
  • Bitlaw  - a comprehensive Internet resource on technology and intellectual property 
    law. Site contains complete copies of the United States Patent, Copyright, and 
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  • Bureau of Justice Statistics - site contains statistics about crime, victims, drugs 
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  • Earthjustice - 'a non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to protecting the 
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  • Electronic Frontier Foundation, The - a non-profit  advocating digital freedom in courts.
  • Employment Discrimination:  overview of employment discrimination laws, Part of the 
    Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School.
  • Famous American Trials - over 56 famous trials, from Socrates to the Scopes to O. J. 
    Simpson and a collection of  documents and  materials pertaining to famous trials
  • FindLaw - "Legal information, lawyer profiles and a community to help you make the 
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  • Guide to Law Online -   by the U.S. Law Library of Congress,an annotated guide to 
    sources of information on government and law available online. Includes selected 
    links to useful and reliable sites for legal information.
  • Internet Legal Resource Guide
  • Interpol - International Criminal Police Organization
  • Jurist: -Legal News & Research from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law
  • Kappler's Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties - full text of over 300 U.S. treaties with 
    Native Americans from 1778-1883. Produced by  Oklahoma State University Library.
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  • LLI: American Legal Ethics Library - Legal Information Institute Cornell University
  • LLRX - Law Library Resource Xchange newsletter focuses on research, 
    management and technology topics for legal professionals.
  • LSAT - the official LSAT Web Site.
  • Law.com - The American  Lawyer.com from ALM - a leading legal news and 
    information network for legal professionals.
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  • LawInfo.com
  • Law Information - by the American Bar Association offering information on legal 
    topics that affect your daily life.
  • Law Resources - Digital Librarian.
  • 'Lectric Law Library"
  • Legal Dictionary- by Findlaw
  • Legal Dictionary - Duhaime
  • USA.GOV: "Find U.S. government common abbreviations, calendars, contact 
    information, forms, gadgets, photos, maps, news and more."
  • WayBackMachine - Snapshot of websites over time and website archiving
  • World Law - The LII collection of world legal materials including constitutions, 
    statutes, judicial opinions, and related legal material from around the globe.


World-Wide Volkswagen Corp. v. Woodson, 444 U.S. 286, 100 S.Ct. 559, 62 L.Ed.2d 
490 (1980): Supreme Court ruling that automobile wholesaler and retailer that 
carried on no activity whatsoever in a Oklahoma and availed themselves of no 
privileges or benefits of the Oklahoma law, mere fortuitous circumstance that a 
single automobile sold in another State  happened to suffer an accident while 
passing through the Oklahoma did not constitute “minimum contacts” with 
Oklahoma so as to permit Oklahoma courts to exercise jurisdiction consistently with 
due process under state long-arm statute