Philosophy of Law
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Peter Suber, Philosophy Department, Earlham College

There are hundreds of good web pages which collect links to U.S. law. The only excuse for me to make another one is to customize it for (1) undergraduate students (2) studying law as a liberal art (3) in Indiana (4) for my course, Philosophy of Law. I hope I've selected links that get you where you most want to go. Let me know if you find others I should include.

Legal Dictionaries

Philosophy of law

Primary Sources of U.S. Law

Federal State
U.S. Constitution. From the Library of Congress.
U.S. Constitution. From Cornell University.
U.S. Constitution. From the Perfect Union Project.
State Constitutions. From Harbornet.
Indiana Constitution. From Indiana University.
Statutes U.S. Code. Searchable. From the House of Representatives.
U.S. Code. Searchable. From Cornell University.
State Statutes. From Cornell Law School.
State Statutes. From "Scruffy".
Indiana Code. Searchable. From the State of Indiana.
Cases U.S. Federal Courts. Searchable.
U.S. Federal Courts. From the Center for Information Law and Policy.
U.S. Federal Courts. From Superior Information Services.
U.S. Federal Courts. From VersusLaw. Searchable.
Federal District-Court Civil Trials. From Theodore Eisenberg & Kevin M. Clermont.
Supreme Court cases. Searchable. From Cornell University.
Supreme Court cases. From FindLaw.
USSC+. U.S. Supreme Court cases. From InfoSynthesis.
Oyez Oyez Oyez. Oral arguments before the Supreme Court in RealAudio. From Northwestern University.
State Courts. From the National Center for State Courts.
State Court Directory. From Piper Resources.
State Court Locator. From the Center for Information Law and Policy.
Courts.Net State Courts. From Superior Information Services.
Indiana Judicial System. From the State of Indiana. Includes links to Indiana judicial opinions.
Indiana Judicial Decisions. From Indiana University.
Regs Code of Federal Regulations. Searchable and browsable. From the GPO.
Federal Agencies and Commissions. From The White House.
Indiana Administrative Code. From the State of Indiana.
Bills Thomas. From the Library of Congress. Indiana Bills. From the State of Indiana.

Secondary sources

International law

Legal Search Engines


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