Duke Law Journal: Approximately 1/3 of issue's contents consists of student notes dealing with current legal developments, with the remaining content beingdevoted to articles and comments by professors and practitioners of law
University of Victoria APPEAL: Works from recent guaduated and current law students who are pursuing graduate and undergraduate studies in law and other disciplines. APPEAL moves to publish articles that are timely, relevant, and address the possibilities for Canadian Law reform
Legal Information Institute: Easy-to-understand topical overviews of such areas as banking law and employment discrimination law, and organized collections of links to sites offereing court decisions, statuses, regulations and other legal materials. This site also highlights laws in the news
NCJRS: Federally funded resouce offering justice and substance abuse information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide.