Bases de datos, diccionarios directorios de derecho legislación y justicia
Bases de datos
gestion documental - tratamiento y ordenación de grandes cantidades de documentos, digitalización.
Court TV's online updates on the epic that is the Menendez murder case.
The latest news on issues relating to the case and aftermath, as reported by the Tacoma News Tribune.
Articles from the San Francisco Examiner regarding the O.J. trial and other O.J. News.
Reprint of O.J. Simpson interview from December, 1976.
A somewhat disorganized compendium of pictures from the case.
A compilation of transcripts and other court documents from the famous trial.
A somewhat random compilation of O.J. stuff, including audio files, some transcripts and links to other O.J. sites.
A detailed analysis of the jury members in the O.J. trial.
Advertising Law Internet Sitea forum for same. Links to advertising law resources; info-net discussion area.
Resource guide for advance directives such as living wills and health care powers of attorney.
A forum for antitrust case policy discussion involving all sides of the issue. Related issues and resources.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION.
Collection of resources pertaining to immigration.
Benefits information; articles; free offers; government documents; newsletters and magazines; directories of benefits. Links to other benefits databases.
These pages are reviewed and updated to include new issues of the Society's magazine as when information is available.
BLS provides a lot of information. Data; the economy at a glance; keyword search of BLS Web pages; surveys & programs; publications; regional and BLS information; research papers. Part of the U.S. Dept. of Labor.
A newsletter of Australian legal developments published daily. Have it delivered or e-mailed.
A daily briefing for California lawyers and their clients, offering the latest court opinions from the courts, topical updates and analysis from major law firms.
Research tool for law relating to Italy both in English and Italian; Legal reference guide to the Internet.
Legal resources, references, and links.
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse of the University of San Diego School of Law's Center for Public Interest Law. Legal resources and links.
Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technologyguide to legal resources.
A network nearly 4,500 attorneys, judges, law professors and law students, in association with thousands of supporters across the country, who seek to do justice with the love of God.
A newsletter dedicated to analyzing legislation and regulation of the automobile and trucking industry.
The Galaxy resource page for constitutional law.
The Consumer Law Page of The Alexander Law Firm offers articles, brochures, other resources.
The House of Representatives presents another part of its Internet Law LibraryBusiness, finance, economic, and consumer protection laws.
Subscription information, introductions to the editorial board, instructions as to how to submit articles.
Briefs, complaints, reports and recommendations, transcripts, and opinions of newsworthy cases.
Hot Documents, Cases Involving Newsmakers, Computer and Technology Cases, Government Documents, Tobacco Cases, Information about Supreme Court Justices.
This is the partial summary judgment that an online service can be subject to the same rules of libel as a newspaper.
The White House's announcement on childhood smoking and the FDA's moves towards imposing new restrictions on the tobacco industry, several tobacco firms filed this lawsuit against the FDA, in search of injunctions against what they consider an illegal overstepping of the limits.
After nine months of a long grueling testimony the jury made their quick decision to acquit the ever popular OJ Simpson in only about three hours. Did you stay tuned to the OJ case? Here is an on-line site providing up to date case files and the verdicts to many cases such as this.
Government efforts decide of the UN tribunal will not be effected and war crime charges will not be on the negotiating table.
Legal resources, references, and links.
CyberLaw World Widean educational service (featuring CyberLaw and CyberLex) concerning legal issues in the computer industry.
List of law societies in Canada.
Divorce, Mediation and California Family Lawlegal resources and links.
A bi-monthly newsletter providing useful and timely information on divorce-related issues. Links to related sites.
Compendium of documents, pictures, etc. from the O.J. Trial. If you're still into that O.J. thing, you can review lots of information here, plus find links to other - ugh - O.J. sites on the Web.
Here's how you can plug into Management 352Economic, Social, and Legal Environment of Business at the Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University. Homework assignments, term paper topics, lecture notes.
Legal resources in the areas of domestic relations, divorce, child custody and support, bankruptcy, family businesses and corporations, personal injury, and workers compensation.
ELSA-Germany's list of legal resources. Member of the European Law Students' Association.
The Entertainment and Sports Lawyer is a quarterly newsletter directed at lawyers who devote a major portion of their practice to entertainment, sports, arts, intellectual property law, and other related areas. Links to back issues.
Hollywood Law CyberCenterlegal information and resources for people in the entertainment industry.
Entertainment law resources including dealmaking tips for film and television; acquisition/distribution agreements; self-defense for filmmakers; more.
Networking and legal resources for the entertainment industry.
"Experts Page" of the Seamless Web site.
Divorce lawyers tell all in this on-line newsletter. Information on custody, visitation, alimony, child support, property division, domestic abuse, and other domestic relations matters.
Legal research overview of the standard resources and tools used in conducting legal research on state and federal law in the United States.
Discussion of the importance of fatherhood and fathers' rights in child custody matters. Links to FAQs, advice, Web resources on fatherhood and fatherlessness.
This nonprofit organization is dedicated to reform of federal and state asset forfeiture laws to restore due process and protect property rights in the forfeiture process.
Subscription and publication information regarding the FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS LAW JOURNAL, as well as particular volumes available.
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (1994) and their sub-sections.
Federal Rules of Evidence with full text search.
FACTFirst Amendment Cyber-Tribune. Forum for First Amendment issues.
Subscription information for Florida Law Weekly, FLW Federal, FLW Supplement, Collected Cases. Opinions published in Florida Law Weekly available on line for subscribers.
Current volume of Florida State University Law Review, Reference guide to other law journals available on the World Wide Web.
The FSU LTA is a student organization at the Florida State University College of Law whose purpose is to encourage computer-related skills among their classmates and to provide a resource base for College of Law students.
The Forecast is a monthly journal on Law and Public Policy edited and published by Herbert W. Titus, Esq. founding dean of Regent University's schools of Law and Public Policy.
Legal resources regarding various foreign countries, the United Nations, International Treaties, Electronic Journals, International Organizations, and Embassies.
This page provides links to various free offers on the Net and to assorted legal information. U.S. Dept. of Justice job list; the Interactive Employment Network, the Monstor Board, and Starting Point Professional.
Subscription, publication, editorial board information, and four volumes of the Global Legal Studies Journal are currently available.
GILS will identify and describe information resources throughout the Federal government and provide assistance in obtaining the information. Categories for U.S. federal, international, U.S. states, National Geospatial Data Clearinghouse and much more.
Comprehensive source of information on the legal profession with more than 6,000 listings containing over 5,000 internal and external links. Newsstand, law library, employment resources, meeting calendar, law student resource.
Editorial Board information, abstracts of journal articles, indices by author, issue and subject for High Technology Law Journal published by students of Boalt Hall School of Law.
U.S. Federal laws (arranged by original published source and agency), U.S. state and territorial laws, laws of other nations, treaties and international law and more.
During the next few years, over 1 million immigrants will enter Canada. Issues and resources for prospective Canadian immigrants is available here.
A practical guide to immigrating to the U.S.
Immigration issues presented by the Law Office of Richard Madison.
Legal analysis/legislation update pertaining to the Immigration Reduction Bill, H.R. 2202.
Foreign Legal Materials, International Law Materials such as Treaties, and other resources such as U.S. law firms with a business presence on the internet.
General legal resources, the law courts, bar associations, Canadian links, international links, topical links, and more.
Information about staff, admission requirements, fees, and course of study for various law schools.
Collection of links to various legal resources.
This site was founded in 1971 and is a non-profit organization which provides public access to state government information and electronic resources pertaining to all 50 states.
This site is a link to Canadian and Australian Tax and Legislative Software.
An interesting look at the new types of courtroom technology as utilized in the O.J. trial.
Legal resources and links pertaining to international business law.
A quarterly magazine about legal and policy issues in high-tech industries.
IACL examines and compares common constitutional issues and phenomena. Links to constitutions throughout the world.
Legal resources for the entertainment industry.
International Documents such as the Report on The Commission of International Jurists on the Administration of Justice in Peru in both English and Spanish. Also includes The Czech Republic's Frequently-Asked Questions page and similar resources regarding the Slovak Republic, The Arab League, Russian and Eastern European Studies, and The Republic of Slovenia.
This is a group of University of Florida Students, who primarily maintain an e-mail list serve for the discussion of topics related to the Internet and law, with emphasis on Florida.
Law Review focusing on the legal problems related to computers and the Internet, particularly covering subjects such as advertising and criminal use of the Internet.
A comprehensive resource for the information available on the Internet concerning law and the legal profession, with an emphasis on the United States of America.
A liberal arts college which emphasizes as its special mission criminal justice, fire science, and other public service related fields. Information on undergraduate and graduate education, campus Life, and the branch campus in Puerto Rico.
Journal focused on Forensic Economics, economic analysis associated with litigation, including volumes from 1986 to the present. Membership information is available.
Publication of The Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University which is published three times annually. Topics covered range from international human rights to recent developments in private and public international law. Subscription and publication information are also available.
Jurweb is an attempt to make the legal resources of the Internet more easily available. Links by continent, countries, supra-/international organizations. Other selected legal search engines.
History of Korea University, alumnae information.
Access to the LaborWeb. The AFL-CIO that links to the AFL-CIO Organizing Institute as well as to other labor related sites. The latest information, lists and policy issues are available.
The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) law and court-related Web sites.
Develop high quality computer based learning materials which will be adopted by law schools for improving the productivity and effectiveness of legal education.
New York Law Journal's on-line "Extra" Law Employment Center. Legal job listings, law firm recruiting, law employment library.
Complete software package for management of Law Enforcement/Police Agencies. Customized development available.
News, forums, law library, marketplace, directories, classifieds, and many more links.
The LawMarks legal resource page on corporate law.
Legal resources and newsletter.
Articles on such topics as judging the effectiveness of attempts at reducing firm overhead by securing a firmwide commitment to do so. Subscription information available.
Collection of articles that relate to law practice management.
An information source for the LSAT and law school admission.
Law schools and libraries.
The world of New Zealand law presented by The University of Waikato in Hamilton, at the heart of New Zealand's North Island.
A resource designed specifically for law students and those interested in the study of law. Web pages of law students, law journals available on the Web, U.S. law schools, offbeat court opinions, other locations of interest.
Describes current software and other computer products focused for law firms, such as billing programs.
Comprehensive legal resources of Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington.
Canadian legal resources.
Access to quality legal representation, services, and information. Attorney directory, forum, employment center, self help, and more.
A forum for legal issues. Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, business and personal finance law, criminal law, civil law, miscellaneous links.
Legal implications and opportunities presented by the Belize Economic Citizenship Investment Program.
Legal implications and opportunities presented by obtaining a second (Swiss) passport.
A daily newsletter covering the cases bound to establish precedents for internet law.
Mailing lists and discussion groups. A joint venture between several law schools, including the Center for Information Law and Policy at Villanova and the Chicago-Kent College of Law.
The Legal Information Institute at the Cornell Law School (or LII) exists for the purpose of distributing legal documents and commentary. Recent Supreme Court decisions, decisions of the New York Court of Appeals, the full U.S. Code, and many other important legal resources.
A consolidated guide to all of the law-related resources available on the Net.
Legal dot Net features legal chat space, bulletin board, attorney registry, questions for lawyers, articles and columns, and more.
Lists of law schools, law firms, and law journals brought to you by The Villanova Center for Information Law and Policy.
A concise summary of current legal developments to everyone who is interested in electronic commerce, multimedia, ISDN and software development.
This site provides an interactive internet based legal noticing and advertising service.
Weekly newsletters on state laws, regulations and court decisions of national significance, organized by subject rather than by states.
Topical overview by the Legal Information Institute (LII), Cornell Law School.
Legal material organized by type or source by the Legal Information Institute (LII), Cornell Law School.
An index of Internet sites related to the field of industrial and labor relations presented by the Martin P. Catherwood Virtual Library at Cornell University.
Georgia State University College of LawLegal Research Meta-Index. Judicial opinions, legislation, federal regulation, other legal sources, people in law.
Upcoming Legal Programs, Publications, & Continuing Legal Education to Members of the Practicing Bar.
Technology and Law Program at MIT, Research Opportunities Regarding the Interface of Law and Technology.
Firm specializing in software designers and suppliers to the legal market.
A comparison of the Paul Bernardo trial in Ontario and the O.J. trial in the U.S., with links to related issue sites on the Web.
Joint project of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School and The NASDAQ stock market. On-line back issues.
The National Law Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Research and Educational Corporation focused on Free Trade Issues Regarding Mexico and Latin America.
Weekly newspaper including summarized index of the week's articles. Subscriber section includes case information.
Legal resources and links for the computer and high technology industry.
The New York Law Journal publishes legal news, columns, commentary. Can search back issues and public notices. Subscriber information is available.
America's leading publisher of self-help legal information. Books, software, audio tapes, and fun stuff.
Based in the University of Oslo, Norway and focused on Telecommunications Law. Articles will be published about computers and law.
The Unofficial O.J. Simpson Boycott Page - the thrust of this page is to provide concerned individuals confirmed information on corporations or entities that may be contributing (in any fashion) to the welfare and lifestyle of O.J. Simpson.
Legal resources and links.
Perenich & Carroll's legal resource service.
Computerized system for professional and financial management for law offices using Windows or Macintosh.
Prison Legal News is a monthly newsletter published by two Washington State prisoners. It reports on court decisions to help prisoners vindicate their human rights, both inside and outside of the government's judicial system.
The real danger is the gradual erosion of individual liberties through the automation, integration, and interconnection of many small, separate record-keeping systems, each of which alone may seem innocuous, even benevolent, and wholly justifiable.
The Program On Negotiation at Harvard Law Schoolan inter-university consortium to improve the theory and practice of conflict resolution. Links to the program, a clearinghouse, related subjects and resources.
An examination of the "qui tam" provisions of the False Claims Act. Links to related issues.
Focuses on helping to make the civil justice system more efficient and equitable by supplying policy makers and the public with the results of analytic research. Current research focuses on legal implications of changes in health care delivery, effects of liability on firms' behavior and on economic outcomes, environmental liability, auto accident insurance, alternative dispute resolution, mass torts, and civil procedure reform.
Rate Your Risk of being the victim of a violent attack. Take the "Are you going to be raped, robbed, stabbed, shot, or beaten?" test just to be safe. Links to self-defense info with lots of pictures.
Labor relations issues and resources presented by The Public Employment Reporter, a monthly newsletter covering court action affecting employment in the U.S.
This legal journal is available on line for both current and archived issues, also offers information about other on line legal journals.
The traditions of Roman Law and of the "ius commune" of the middle ages played a significant role in the creation of the private law for the European community. The texts representing this tradition are available here.
Project between the National Institute of Justice and the Eurasia Foundation, a grantmaking institution established by the U.S. Agency for International Development, to assist democratic reform in the former Soviet Union. Legal resources and links.
Something here for the anyone interested in legal matters. Contains links to over 700 state law resources and 2000 HTML files. Free job listing service, an interactive bulletin board, a listing of expert witnesses, and a live "chat line."
The Center for Corporate Law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law presents the Securities Act of 1933.
The Center for Corporate Law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law presents the Securities Act of 1934.
Legal information pertaining to U.S. financial markets by Mark J. Astarita.
Links to sex laws in Australia, Canada, and the U.S.
International legal journal with archived articles sorted by geographic region. Subscription and future issue information, as well as links to other information sources are available.
Forum for prominent practitioners and academics to address current and emerging legal issues in business and finance. Both current and back issues are available.
Academic journal concentrating on issues of law and public policy, published twice a year by the law students of Stanford Law School. Each issue includes a Symposium of 6 to 12 articles on a one specific topic, and a Features section articles whose topics differ from that of the Symposium.
Convicted on three felony counts, Randal L. Schwartz, was charged relating to his activities while working as a consultant at an Intel Corporation.
Topical index of state statutes on the Internet presented by the Legal Information Institute of Cornell Law School.
Raided by the U.S. Secret, Games was part of a nationwide investigation of data piracy. The initial news stories simply reported that the Secret Service had raided a suspected ring of hackers.
This site introduces a unique training approach to the Law Enforcement community. Enhance your knowledge through Interactive Videodisk scenarios developed for self-paced or group sessions.
A column published weekly in the San Francisco Examiner Newspaper, relating to tax articles written for the prestigious Journal of Taxation.
U.S., U.K., and Australian legal links of all kinds.
Arent Fox Telemedicine discussion page.
TenantNetyour on-line resource for residential tenants' rights. Offers information on tenants' rights and tenant issues, limited referral and guidance, tenant advocacy resources.
Abstracts of articles about recent developments in Patent, Copyright, Trademark, Unfair Competition, and Trade Secret law.
A service of the U.S. Congress through its library. Full text of all versions of House and Senate bills searchable by keyword(s) or by bill number. Full text of the Congressional Record, bill summary and status, hot legislation. Links to the House, Senate, CSPAN, and more.
This site contains information on an individuals experience being falsely charged for possession of cocaine.
TransLink aims to be a hub for the issues of international transport law and Electronic Data Interchange practices.
Professional publication in the field of transportation law for the practicing bar, government, and the academic community addressing domestic and international developments of legal, regulatory, economic and political interest in all modes of transportation.
Current news on the slaying of Selena Quintanilla-Perez, the Tejano superstar, including graphic photographs of the scene, and a profile of the woman who is being tried, Yolanda Salidivar.
The House of Representatives' Internet Law Library. U.S. Federal laws (by source), the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Federalist Papers, Articles of Confederation. The Budget, Congressional Record (excerpts), court decisions, Reports of the House and Senate, Equal Rights Amendment and more.
Home page of the House. Learn about the legislative process. Information about bills and resolutions being considered in the Congress, what's happening on the House floor and about how individual members voted on specific measures. Schedules for the legislative activity. Who's who and how to contact them. Name, address and phone numbers for members, committees and House leadership. Links to gopher and Web services published by individual House offices. Visitor information. Other government information resources!
The purpose of these directories is to provide easy access to the law-related resources of the Internet. These directories include over 1,600 links to the law resources of the Internet.
Supreme Court rules effective 1995 with complete text search.
The general provisions of Articles 1-9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.
The United States Codeall fifty titles, from the flag, to highways, to war.
The United States Senateincludes full-color group photo. Senators by name, by state, Senate Committees.
Information on the trial of the said defendant being charged with five counts of transmitting threats to injure or kidnap another, in electronic mail messages transmitted by the Internet.
The Center for Corporate Law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law offers securities law information.
Information about the University of Troms. It also provides documents related to international trade law, with links to the law faculty at the world's northernmost university.
Newsletters on recent changes in the law and legal issues of special interest.
NEPSCo Legal Department offers a wealth of information on a wide range of legal-related topics. Plus links to news, weather, sports, and more!
Federal Web Locator, The Internet Index to United States Federal Government Web Sites, The Federal Court Locator, The Home Page for the Federal Judiciary on the Internet.
Articles, news, and commentary about various high technology issues relating to the law.
Legal journal published by students of the University of Washington School of Law - includes articles, abstaracts, subscription information, law and government sites, and information about the law school.
Journal of articles, case comments, legal education, information technology, and book reviews published at the University of Newcastle.
Legal resources for entertainment, multimedia, and intellectual property law.
Venable's labor law newsletter, July, 1994 Edition.
Create Binding Real Estate Documents Instantly Without Hiring an Attorney! It is real easy now with this new easy to use software package.
Pointers to intellectual property resources for intellectual property academics, businessmen, scientists, inventors and entrepreneurs.
Stanford University, Stanford, CA, US. This server is devoted to the Office of Technology Licensing (OTL), whose mission it is to promote the transfer of Stanford technology for society's use and benefit while generating unrestricted income to support research and education. OTL's licensing activities encompass inventions, patents, biological materials, computer software programs, copyrightable material, and more.
Index to downloadable U.S. Intellectual Property Information on patents, trademarks and copyrights for Independent Inventors, Artists, Authors and Small Business Owners.
This server provides access to the transcripts of public hearings on software patent protection.
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