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American Veterans and Servicemembers Survival Guide
From Veterans for America. Download chapters or the entire book for free.

Briefs & Motions Bank
The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) offers a collection of briefs on criminal law issues. Topics covered include constitutional law issues, death penalty, indigent defense and search and seizure. You may browse a subject index or conduct a keyword query to find abstracts of briefs. Members may download them for free.

Constitutional Sources Project
Housed at Winston & Strawns Washington D.Cs office, the Constitutional Sources Project has "the singular goal of creating and maintaining the first, free, fully-indexed, comprehensive online library of constitutional sources." Current collections include James Madisons Notes of the Constitutional Convention, the Federalist Papers, the Anti and Pro-Federalist Papers, State Ratification Debates for Seven States, Bill of Rights Legislative History and the Founders Papers. Check the site for future additions.
(512Hits) is a free web based repository of Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports. Reports can be searched by keyword.

Doing Business Law Library
This is a free online collection of business laws and regulations of many countries. This site is maintained by the World Bank.

Find a lawyer or browse legal information by topic. Click on the "For Legal Professionals" tab for more research options, including free federal and state cases, federal statutes and regulations, and links to other free sites.

Free & Low Cost Legal Research
A research guide from the Georgetown Law Library.
Legal information on numerous legal topics, including free cases, codes, regulations, legal articles, legal blog databases, federal filings, and regulations tracker. Includes all U.S. Supreme Court opinions, U.S. Court of Appeals opinions since 1950, and U.S. District Court opinions since 2004, as well as links to many other free resources.

LexisONE Forms
Includes free forms and forms available for purchase.

lexisONE/Lexis Community
lexisONE, renamed the Lexis Community, is a service designed for individuals or small law firms, with flexible packages including daily, weekly, and monthly LexisNexis and Shepards access, as well as an option to "search for free, pay for what you retrieve." It also has many free resources, including free U.S. Supreme Court cases from 1781 to present, State and Federal cases from the last five years, free legal forms, and a directory of law-related websites. This resource now requires registration and users are prompted when they try to retrieve “for pay” items.

Major administrative datasets of the U.S. government
This resource from the Kennedy School at Harvard University provides links to data sources and tools from a broad range of federal agencies.

Public Library of Law
PLoL sponsored by Fastcase is a great free source for finding cases and other legal materials. It has cases from the U.S. Supreme Court and Courts of Appeals; cases from all 50 states back to 1997; and links to federal and state statutes, regulations, court rules, and constitutions.

Public Library of Science
The Public Library of Science (PLoS) offers news articles and blogs regarding current issues in science. PLoS is a nonprofit organization that publishes articles in science and medicine with the hope of providing easy access to important research in the field.

Small Business Encyclopedia
The Small Business Encyclopedia, from, provides definitions for common business terms. It also includes links to a variety of free business tools including forms, checklists, and calculators.

World Legal Information Institute
The World Legal Information Institute (WorldLII) is a free global legal research site developed collaboratively by a number of Legal Information Institutes and other participants in the free access to law movement. It includes almost 900 databases from 123 countries.

Zimmermans Research Guide
Zimmermans Research Guide is a free online encyclopedia for legal researchers. Search or browse by topic. Under each topic you will find advice for conducting legal research on the topic using a variety of resources and links to free online sources as well as fee-based and subscription databases. Contains cross-references to related terms within the guide.