Legal writing uses some special symbols
The citation guide used throughout the American legal system is the Uniform System of Citation, known as The Bluebook.
Allows users to search and read published opinions of U.S. state appellate and supreme court cases since 1950; U.S. federal district, appellate, tax and bankruptcy court cases since 1923; and U.S. Supreme Court cases since 1791. Includes journal and conference papers and scholarly articles available anywhere on the Internet. Also searches university digital repositories.
Legal Information Institute
Provides no-cost access to many U.S. primary federal legal sources, including the U.S. Code, U.S. Supreme Court opinions, the Uniform Commercial Code, the Code of Federal Regulations, the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. LII's collection of state legal materials includes Internet-accessible sources of constitutions, statues, judicial opinions, and regulations.
WashLaw Legal Research on the Web
This large collection of links to legal materials, arranged by jurisdiction and topic, is maintained by the Washburn School of Law.
Provides free case law, codes, regulations, dockets, forms, and other legal information.
Provides information on several legal subjects. Forms are available for purchase.