Administrative Law and Regulatory Reform Bibliographic Database
The site is designed to facilitate the exchange of information about federal and state administrative law among legislators, lawyers, hearing officers, judges, and citizens.
Administrative Codes and Registers
Contains links to Codes and Registers for all 50 states.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
AIAA is devoted to continuing contributions and global leadership in the aerospace community with links to events, public policy, courses, training, publications, and papers.
American Legal Ethics Library (Legal Information Institute)
This digital library contains both the codes or rules setting standards for the professional conduct of lawyers and commentary on the law governing lawyers, organized on a state by state basis.
AMICC (American Non-Governmental Organizations Coalition for the International Criminal Court)
Heiros Gamos links to bankruptcy laws.
This site allows Internet users to access a complete and reliable directory of information about the members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.
Council of State Governments WWW
Provides public access to state government information and electronic resources.
This site provides links to all court-created sites at the trial level, as well as most of the sites maintained by state and federal appellate courts.
Directory of State Medical Boards
Listing of Medical Boards from the Federation of State Medical Boards.
Draft of Uniform and Model Acts
Available through the University of Pennsylvania Law School and the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.
Internet Law Library
The purpose of these directories is to provide easy access to the law-related resources of the Internet. These directories now include over 5,700 links to the law resources of the Internet and are now available to you courtesy of LawGuru.com.
Municipal Codes Online
In an effort to make municipal codes throughout the nation more accessible to the public, Seattle Public Library staff have prepared this list of links to city and county codes available for unrestricted searching on the World Wide Web.
National Association of Secretaries of State
Information on NASS activities, NASS bylaws, the organization’s committees and even find a link to your own Secretary of State’s home page.
National Center for State Courts
An independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement of justice. It was founded in 1971 at the urging of Chief Justice Warren E. Burger.
National Conference of State Legislatures
Here you will find comprehensive information, research on critical state issues and informative publications to assist legislators and staff in solving difficult problems.
Reporters Committee: Open Government Guide
The Open Government Guide is a complete compendium of information on every state's open records and open meetings laws.
Provides a comprehensive state–by–state listing of where to obtain public records such as court records, birth records, marriage records, death records, divorce records, and geneology records.
State and Local Tax Agencies
Tax and Accounting Sites Directory is a comprehensive index of Internet resources. It is designed to be a starting point for people who are searching the World Wide Web for tax and accounting information and services.
State Court Directory (The Piper Letter)
This site provides links to existing judicial web sites for all 50 states.
StateScape: Policy Tracking and Analysis
StateScape serves organizations seeking a competitive edge in government relations by providing the fastest and most accurate legislative and regulatory information and analysis service on the market.
State Search (NASIRE)
State Search is a service of the National Association of State Information Resource Executives and is designed to serve as a topical clearinghouse to state government information on the Internet.
States Inventory Project
The States Inventory Project is an on-line clearinghouse that tracks how states are planning, regulating, deploying, and using their information infrastructures.
State Lemon Law Information
Lemon Laws are laws that are produced by states to protect car buyers by providing remedies for automobiles that fail to meet a certain standard or performance.
State Services Organization (SSO)
The purpose of the organization was to facilitate collocation of state related organizations and offices, pool resources to develop and maintain quality central services at a cost savings to individual offices and provide services which would be economically unfeasible for an individual office to maintain.
State Tax Rates & Structure
(From Federation of Tax Administrators) This page is a table of contents for various tables prepared by the Federation of Tax Administrator summarizing state tax structures.
A nonpartisan, nonprofit online news service, Stateline.org surveys daily the top government developments from all 50 states.
Uniform Commercial Code Locator
Provided by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School, This locator links to state statutes that correspond to Articles of the Uniform Commercial Code. Locators are also available for the Uniform Probate Code, Uniform Code of Evidence, and uniform laws in the areas of: matrimonial, family and health and business and finance.
Western Governors' Association
Established in 1984, the Western Governors' Association is an independent, non-partisan organization of governors from 18 western states, two Pacific-flag territories and one commonwealth. The Association was formed to provide strong leadership in an era of critical change in the economy and demography of the West. The Western Governors recognize that many vital issues and opportunities shaping our future span state lines and are shared throughout the West.
Justia provides access to federal and state cases and codes, as well as topical legal materials.
Public Library of Law
Powered by Fastcase, the Public Library of Law contains state and federal cases, codes, and regulations.
State Government Resources (FindLaw)
FindLaw is an online community for those interested in law, containing resources for both lawyers and nonlawyers.
State and Local Government Search (PIPER)
The PIPER Letter provides original, practical and policy-level assistance to government agency managers, policymakers, and technical staff in dealing with questions regarding public information in a digital age.