Provides access to thousands of State and Federal legal forms covering a variety of topics, such as, landlord-tenant relations, divorce agreements, business relationships, and end-of-life issues. These forms are provided for informational purposes and are not intended to take the place of an attorney's legal advice.
The LRIS is sponsored by The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis as a public service. The LRIS mission is to assist the public in obtaining legal services.
Information for the public includes general information on legal topics, information on finding a lawyer, and filing complaints. For educators, the Resource Center for Law-Related Education provides resources for schools and colleges. For legal professionals, all sorts of information about BAMSL and the practice of law.
The CAYAC accepts cases from the general public only if they involve denial of representation for a child or teenager in the child abuse and neglect system.
Allows for searching of the CFR by keyword or citation to retrieve current rules and regulations that are used and relied upon by agencies in performing their activities and functions.
Online access to the official record of the proceedings and debates on the U.S. Congress from 1995 to the present.
Entrepreneurial Law Clinic The ELC teams law and MBA students with pro bono attorneys expert in business law. Teams provide legal advice to low-income microentrepreneurs, entrepreneurs in economically distressed communities, and pre-funded high-tech start ups.
Includes links to the Supreme Court, Federal District Courts, the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, and the United States Court of Federal Claims.
The official daily publication for Rules, Proposed Rules, and Notices of Federal agencies and organizations, as well as Executive Orders and other Presidential Documents. Online access available from 1994 to the present.
Federal Tax Clinic The clinic represents taxpayers who have ongoing disputes with the Internal Revenue Service. Taxpayers who earn from $26,000 per year (for single taxpayers) to $62,000 per year (for a family of five) can receive representation from the clinic free of charge.
An award-winning legal meta-site that focuses on providing access to online legal resources. Included are legal directories, statutes, judicial opinions, legal forms. Findlaw also features a search engine called LawCrawler. Powered by the AltaVista search engine, this is one of the best free legal research tools on the Web.
Findlaw's dictionary provides "plain-English" definitions to more than 1,000 legal terms.
Annotated links to useful law and government information online prepared by the Law Library of Congress. A great source for legal information for nations around the world as well as U.S. federal and state laws.
Search by name, location, and/or area of practice for members of the Illinois State Bar Association. Not every attorney qualifies for a listing in this directory.
Find city ordinances, charter, revised code, alderman meeting agenda and rules of the alderman.
A well-respected site from Cornell Law School, LII provides a variety of resources including constitutions and codes; court opinions; federal, state and international laws; laws arranged by topic (e.g. intellectual property); as well as directories of lawyers, legal organizations, journals and legal academia.
Legal Services of Eastern Missouri provides legal assistance and equal access to justice to low-income people. The web site provides information about LSEM's activities, programs, and services for the public.
Searches for lawyers by name, law school, law firm and location. Includes areas of practice and biographical information.
The Missouri Bar web site offers general information of interest to legal professionals and lay people; it also offers public information brochures that explain topics in Missouri law and a legal referral service.
Regulations as they currently appear in the CSR.
Provides access to the Missouri Revised Statutes, Missouri Constitution, Missouri House and Senate member information, legislation, committees, directories, and House and Senate joint bill tracking.
Contains Missouri Adult Abuse, Child Protection, Small Claims, Family Access and some Probate forms.
The Office of State Courts Administrator provides full text opinions, dockets, and judicial biographies for the Missouri Supreme Court and for the Missouri Courts of Appeals. Also included are dockets, law days, and other information for Missouri Circuit Courts, and access to public court and case records, including docket entries, parties, judgments, and charges.
Missouri legal and corporate forms available from the Office of the Secretary of State.
Gain access to current Missouri legislative issues, plus archives back to 10/1/99.
Search by keyword or statute number, or browse by title and chapter.
Allows access and searching of municipal codes throughout the United States. Select the state and then the desired municipality.
Links to municipal codes from all 50 states.
Compiled from the records of the Missouri Bar and the Supreme Court of Missouri, this site provides the most comprehensive list available of attorneys practicing in Missouri. Search by name, location, area of practice and according to language needs.
A searchable database of the laws enacted by the 104th, 105th, 106th, 107th and 108th Congresses.
This site contains significant case law and statutory content.
Provides access to the Laws of the City of St. Louis. Includes the Charter, Revised Code, and City Ordinances.
Provides information on St. Louis County Council's agendas, journals, archives, and revised ordinances.
Allows searching of St. Louis County Ordinances enacted after April 1988.
The National Center for State Courts provides a comprehensive directory of state court web sites; this site includes links to federal courts and international courts as well.
A service from the U.S. Congress that provides public searching and access to Federal legislation from the 104th, 105th, 106th, 107th and 108th Congresses. Also includes Bill Summary & Status from previous and current Congresses (93rd-108th), House and Senate Roll Call Votes (101st-108th), Public Laws by Law Number (93rd-108th) and more.
The general and permanent laws of the United States in a searchable database.
Provides information on federal courts including the Supreme Court, courts of appeals, district courts and bankruptcy courts.
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