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View Resource Congressional Hearings: Law Library of Congress

Recently, the Law Library of Congress and Google teamed up on a collaborative pilot project to digitize the Law Library's entire collection of 75,000 volumes of printed Congressional Hearings. For those who might not be familiar with these hearings, they typically contain testimony from members of Congress, interest groups, and policy experts. The intent of this initial digitization project is to...
View Resource Final Report of the Independent Counsel In Re: Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan Association Regarding Monica Lewinsky and Others

Filed May 18, 2001 but released March 6, 2002, this 237-page final report details the comments of Robert W. Ray, the current head of the office of independent counsel that investigated various allegations related to Mr. Clinton and his conduct. The report reveals that, although there was certainly enough evidence to convict Mr. Clinton of perjury and obstruction of justice, Ray chose to not bring...
View Resource FindLaw: Internet Legal Resources

FindLaw, originally a list of resources prepared for the Northern California Association of Law Librarians (NOCALL) by two Stanford University graduate students and a lawyer, is one of the most comprehensive law resources on the Internet. It includes pointers to law schools, legal publishers, legal associations, statutes and laws, judicial opinions and case law, law firms and lawyers, legal news,...
View Resource Oyez Screenshot

The Oyez Project at Chicago-Kent is a phenomenal resource for anyone who wants to understand the workings of the United States Supreme Court. In fact, as multimedia archive, the site "aims to be a complete and authoritative source for all audio recorded in the Court since the installation of a recording system in October 1955." The site can be scouted in a number of convenient ways. First,...
View Resource Ravel Screenshot

The Ravel app is designed for lawyers and legal professionals looking for key law review materials in a timely fashion. First-time visitors should start with the Take Tour tab to get used to how it works. Additionally, the in-house blog is a great source of information and there is a great word cloud feature that can be most useful. This version is compatible with all operating systems.

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