Search:
Advanced Search
Crime Spider Directory Home | Popular Sites | Top Keywords | Top Rated | What's New
You are Here: Top / Law
Sub Categories

Celebrity Lawyers
Civil Law
Courts
Criminal Law
Death Penalty
District Attorneys
Expert Witnesses
Family Law
Immigration Law
Innocence Campaigns
Legal Research
Other
Outside United States
Personal Injury

Web Sites

1. American Bar Association
Official site of the ABA and excellent resource for legal information.
[ Related Info: Added: 2004-03-14, Hits: 2062, Rating: 0.00, Votes: 0, Rate it ]
2. American Civil Liberties Union
The ACLU are advocates of individual rights and freedoms in the United States. Litigates cases that pertain to rights of individuals to due process, privacy, and other constitutionally protected rights.
[ Related Info: Added: 2004-03-14, Hits: 1838, Rating: 0.00, Votes: 0, Rate it ]
3. American Judicature Society
AJS works to maintain the integrity of the American judicial system. Made up of lawyers, judges, and citizens interested in the administration of justice.
[ Related Info: Added: 2004-03-14, Hits: 1953, Rating: 0.00, Votes: 0, Rate it ]
4. Center for Law and Social Policy
National non-profit organization with expertise in both law and policy affecting the poor. Through education, policy research and advocacy, CLASP seeks to improve the economic security of low-income families with children and secure access for low-income persons to our civil justice system.
[ Related Info: Added: 2004-03-14, Hits: 1827, Rating: 0.00, Votes: 0, Rate it ]
5. Law.com Legal News and Information
Law.com connects legal professionals to more than 20 award-winning national and regional legal publications online, including The American Lawyer, The National Law Journal, New York Law Journal and Legal Times, and delivers top legal news electronically to a growing national and global audience of subscribers each day on The Newswire.
[ Related Info: Added: 2004-03-14, Hits: 1934, Rating: 0.00, Votes: 0, Rate it ]
6. Indigenous Peoples' Law and Legal Issues
Dedicated to information about law and legal issues related to indigenous peoples of the world.
[ Related Info: Added: 2004-03-15, Hits: 1710, Rating: 0.00, Votes: 0, Rate it ]
7. Law and Society
A group of scholars from many fields and countries, interested in the place of law in social, political, economic and cultural life. Members bring training in law, sociology, political science, psychology, anthropology, economics, and history as well as in other related areas.
[ Related Info: Added: 2004-03-15, Hits: 1679, Rating: 0.00, Votes: 0, Rate it ]
8. Regulations.gov
Regulations.gov is the U.S. Government web site that makes it easier for you to participate in Federal rulemaking - an essential part of the American democratic process. On this site, you can find, review, and submit comments on Federal documents that are open for comment and published in the Federal Register, the Government’s legal newspaper. As a member of the public, you can submit comments about these regulations, and have the Government take your views into account.
[ Related Info: Added: 2004-03-19, Hits: 1468, Rating: 0.00, Votes: 0, Rate it ]
9. ADVOCARE - Mediation, Conflict Resolution, Dispute Resolution, Negotiation
ADVOCARE - Mediation, Conflict Resolution, Dispute Resolution, Negotiation Services and Resources
[ Related Info: Added: 2005-01-20, Hits: 1386, Rating: 0.00, Votes: 0, Rate it ]
10. Lawyers Direct
Search the LawyersDirect.us site to find a lawyer, attorney, solicitor, or law firm that specializes in the law practice area that meets your needs.
[ Related Info: Added: 2005-02-09, Hits: 1190, Rating: 0.00, Votes: 0, Rate it ]
Next 10 matches

Find Lost Friends

Find the Truth About Anyone with Net Detective



Parrot Site

Crime News | Crime Spider | Find Lost Friends | Net Detective

Most Popular Categories: Serial Killers | U.S. Government Agencies (CIA, FBI) | Most Wanted | Terrorism | Unsolved Crimes

Add a Listing | Edit a Listing | Advertising on Crime Spider

Crime Spider Crawls the Web for the Best Crime and Law Enforcement Sites
Crime, criminal justice, and legal research resource for educators, universities, writers, police and other law enforcement personnel. Crime Spider offers a directory of resources related to anti-terrorism, crime reduction and crime prevention, home security, national security, crime investigation, tools for crime solving, child safety, domestic abuse and child abuse hotlines, missing children sites, and educational programs for criminalists, police, criminologists, and lawyers.