Federal Law and Government Resources
United States Courts
State Law and Government Resources
Commercial Legal Services
Other Legal Organizations
Others outside of Colorado
Law Practice Management
Articles from The Colorado Lawyer
Strategies for Finding Administrative Materials Online, The Colorado Lawyer, Aug. 2006, vol. 35, no. 8 (p. 109)
Online Background Searching in Colorado - Part I, The Colorado Lawyer, May 2003, vol. 32, no. 5 (p. 45)
Online Background Searching in Colorado - Part II, The Colorado Lawyer, Aug. 2003, vol. 32, no. 8 (p. 39)
Forms and Contracts
Internet Access Monitoring Software
Data Protection Services-VaultLogix - Online data backups and secure media vaulting.
Ad-ware - Keep your privacy intact when surfing the web. Ad-ware detects and removes components that gather data about your surfing habits.
Blinkx - Indexes not only podcasts, but also TV news programs from various sources.
Legal Journals, Magazines, and Newsletters Online
The following are lists that have numerous links to legal sites of significance. These are good points to start your research, because the author of each list has spent a large amount of time locating sites that are of interest. You will find that most of these links will also link each other.
American Law Sources On-line
Find Law is a new place to go for great legal links.
Guide to Law Online by the Library of Congress
Guide to Legal Resources by Chicago-Kent allows a searchable index of the materials available, sorted by topic.
PublicLegal Resource Guide A categorized index of more than 4000 select web sites in 238 nations, islands, and territories, as well as more than 850 locally stored web pages and downloadable files, this site was established to serve as a comprehensive resource of the information available on the Internet concerning law and the legal profession, with an emphasis on the United States of America.
Jeff Kuester, an Atlanta attorney, maintains a list of resources related to the law involving technology.
lawguru.com - the bulletin board system on this site is a good place to post questions
The Law Lists guide is an index of lists and Usenet groups related to law on the Internet with instructions for subscribing to them. It's maintained by Lyonette Louis-Jacques, a librarian and lecturer in at the University of Chicago's Law School.
The Legal Information Institute maintained by Cornell University Law School. Cornell maintains many services related to the Federal Government, including listservs for the agencies.
Washburn University School of Law Library - a 10-person team at the school is making an effort to provide links to all known law-related materials on the Internet.
Worldwide Bar Associations
Online Research Tools is a compilation of legal sites generated by Indiana Law School.
Zip codes - from the United States Postal Service.
Denver Business Journal--Book of Lists