Bloomberg BNA publishes current awareness newsletters in a wide range of legal subjects, and has case and secondary source libraries in, e.g., intellectual property and employment law.
The Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) publishes newsletters covering current issues in a variety of areas of law. These newsletters are the online successors to BNA's looseleaf services and are heavily used in practice for staying current in particular subject areas. If you would like to subscribe to one or more of the following newsletters, please send an email to: BNAsubscribe@lib.uchicago.edu.
The U.S. Government Printing Office's site for primary law, such as the United States Code, the Code of Federal Regulations, the Federal Register and many congressional documents.
Central source for official US docs.
* Code of Federal Regulations
* Compilation of Presidential Documents
* Congressional Bills
* Congressional Documents
* Congressional Hearings
* Congressional Record
* Congressional Reports
* Economic Indicators
* Federal Register
* Public and Private Laws
* United States Code
and much more
Nationwide directory of lawyers and law forms, searchable by name, geographic location, etc. Includes information on areas of practice for attorneys and firms.
Martindale.com provides an array of resources for private-practice lawyers, in-house counsel, legal support personnel, and law students. The centerpiece of the site is the Lawyer Locator, which provides instant access to the entire Martindale-Hubbell Legal Network. Users can search over one million lawyers and law firms in more than 160 countries by a variety of criteria — including name, geographic location, practice area, firm size, languages and more.
The D'Angelo Law Library's research guides address various legal topics and jurisdictions. The Cornell Law Library maintains a Legal Research Guide Search Engine which is helpful for locating guides to legal research on the Internet.