US Law: Other Suggested Resources
Annual data on sentences imposed on convicted criminals in the U.S.
Crime data for the nation and individual states. From the FBI's Uniform Crime Reports series.
Provides access to over four hundred constitutions and over two hundred and forty codes/ordinances of the federally-recognized tribes and Alaska Native villages in the United States.
Current and historical caseload data for the U.S. Courts of Appeals, the U.S. District Courts, and the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts. Includes numbers of civil and criminal cases filed.
From Vanderbilt University, the site includes a First Amendment Library, glossary of terms, current and archived news of First Amendment related stories, and a small collection of Congressional Research Service reports regarding First Amendment issues.
Law blog (blawg) directory which allows users to search for blawgs in various categories including types of law, state law blawgs, country blawgs, and law school blawgs.
Education and research support office for the U.S. courts provides court histories, biographies of federal judges, and access to research produced for the federal judiciary.
From the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown, this database indexes a selection of journal articles, book chapters, bills, laws, court decisions, reports, books, audiovisuals, and news articles relating to bioethics and professional ethics.
Although primarily the official site of the Association, it also offers information valuable to students and the general public from immigration to tax tips, and brief publications on broad areas of the law.
Useful tool for understanding a selection of the U.S. Supreme Court's most historically significant cases. Provides summaries of the cases, excerpts from the opinions, links to the complete text, analysis of the decision's impact and relevance, and more. From The Supreme Court Historical Society and Street Law, Inc.