The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law at Stetson University College of Law maintains an interesting database that may be quite beneficial to some.
The Congressional Research Service provides policy and legal analysis to Congress. Reports written by the CRS staff are not intended for the public and can be difficult to locate online.
If you are looking for information on all 50 states, check out the Book of States, a reference tool published by the Council of State Governments.
Ever find a database and say to yourself, “Wow, there is a lot of information here, who do I know who would benefit from this?”
Many of us seek out the Government Printing Office’s Federal Digital System to access the U.S. Code, Federal Register, and presidential documents. We go onto the website, grab the information we need, and move on.
In search of environmental records and data? One option is NETR Online, a free database provided by Nationwide Environmental Title Research.
It's Sunshine Week. As I mentioned in my March 17, 2011, post, the goal of Sunshine week is to promote government transparency.
Here's a couple of websites dedicated to print ads and a few sites that index commercials.
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act continues to bring significant changes to the finance industry. A large number of quality articles and treatises have been written about the Act.
I am often asked for suggestions of alternative search engines when Google is not immediately producing the best results. My response, obviously, varies depending on the type of information being sought, but here are a couple of my favorites.
ECOLEX is a free online database specializing in environmental law. The coverage is global in nature, and is operated jointly by the Food and Agriculture Organization, International Union for Conservation of Nature, and United Nations Environment Programme.
Cite-Checker, is designed as a teaching tool, but can also be used by practitioners when looking to answer very basic citation questions.
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