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Legal Studies

Websites

The American Bar Association's Law Review/Law Journal Search

  • The American Bar Association provides free, full-text access to over 400 online law journals and law reviews.
  • These are scholarly publications on legal issues, published by law schools or bar associations. Articles in these journals are written by lawyers, judges, and law professors. Shorter pieces, called notes or comments, are written by law students.

The Law Library of Congress, our nation's law library and the world's largest collection of legal resources.

The Legal Information Institute at Cornell University's Law School

The Oyez Project  is a service out of IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law to allow access to the activity of the  Supreme Court of the United States using various media platforms. 

  • Check out current and past Cases
  • Learn about the current and past Justices

Plea Bargains, Jury Trials, and Justice