Maritime Law Association of the United States: This association, concerned with advancing reforms in the Maritime Law of the United States in an effort to harmonize the shipping laws of different nations, provides useful links to maritime law resources and a library of documents, including amicus briefs filed by the Association.
Bloomberg: Freely access financial news from around the world and find company “snapshots,” tracing stock price, company news, profits, and outlook.
The Business Journals: This site offers breaking business news, user can choose market area covered from a drop-down menu of locations.
Department of Labor: The U.S. Department of Labor’s website offers assistance with disability resources, hiring, the Affordable Care Act, equal employment opportunity, and compliance assistance, along with many other topics.
EDGAR: EDGAR (the Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval system), makes available the data which publicly-traded companies include in the forms they are required to file with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Moody’s Investor Service: Although an account is required to access many of the offerings of this venerable bond credit rating service, users may freely access ratings highlights and news, special topics, the United States fiscal outlook and the weekly market outlook according to Moody’s.
NASDAQ: Official site of the NASDAQ Stock Market featuring free real-time stock quotes, stock exchange prices, stock market news, and online stock trading tools.
Securities and Exchange Commission: The website of the SEC contains information for investors, brokers, accountants, EDGAR filers, and small businesses. Access the laws and regulations under which the SEC operates.
Standard & Poor’s: One of the big three credit rating agencies, Standard & Poor’s website offers other free financial information services. You can follow the Dow Jones in Europe, Asia and the US, and track stock performance and commodities indices. You must be a registered user to access ratings, but registration is free.
Zoom Info: Obtain official information about businesses, including business organization filings, certificates of good standing, UCC secured transactions, IRS tax liens, trademarks, bankruptcies and civil litigation. The site allows you to search for a business and obtain basic information about it for free.
Charleston County Government: Search deeds, mortgages, plats and state, federal and UCC liens. Pay taxes online or search records for real and personal property. Search court records, the current inmates at the sheriff’s office, and the Master-in-Equity’s foreclosure auction list.
City of Charleston: Access city council meeting minutes, business license information, municipal court records and dockets, and find out what business loans are available through the city.
Post & Courier: Read the local news online and search the paper’s archives.
American Legal Publishing: Online Llibrary : Includes a collection of South Carolina codes for : Blythewood, Camden, Dillon, Edgefield County, Folly Beach, Folly Beach (Meeting Minutes), Goose Creek, Greenville County (Code), Greenville County (Meeting Minutes), Kingstree Frames, Mt. Pleasant, Newberry County, Prosperity, Richland County, South Congaree, West Columbia, and York County.
Municode: City code links from around the U.S. from the Municipal Code Corporation, many from the state of South Carolina. Click on “Browse the Library” to search for free.
Codification of Presidential Proclamations and Executive Orders
This National Archives site, an on-line version of the out-of-print provides access to the edited and re-arranged text of Presidential Proclamations and Executive Orders from April 13, 1945 – January 20, 1989. It is an on-line version of the out-of-print Codification of Presidential Proclamations and Executive Orders, spanning the administrations of Harry S. Truman through Ronald Reagan.
CESSDA: Large, multilingual collection of databases covering the social sciences and the humanities in the European countries.
Citizenship Resource Center: The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services offer this resource for those considering becoming U.S. Citizens.
Congress.gov: This site, created by the Library of Congress, replaces the venerable Thomas. It allows you to search: all legislation introduced in Congress since 1993; the Congressional Record since 1995; and member profiles since 1973.
CyberCemetery: Provides permanent public access to web sites and publications of defunct federal agencies.
Data.gov: Tool for accessing databases of federal government agencies.
Environmental Protection Agency: The agency’s website provides, in addition to other information, a breakdown by business sector of the regulations the agency administers.
Eurostat: Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union situated in Luxembourg. Its task is to provide the European Union with statistics at European level that enable comparisons between countries and regions.
FDsys: FDsys provides fully searchable public access to the U.S. Code, Public Laws, Code of Federal Regulations and the Federal Register, among other Congressional and agency resources.
Federal Courts Finder: Find federal courts of appeal and federal district courts, as well as descriptions of the courts and their functions, and career opportunities. Older users of the locator function will miss the actual map.
Federal Judicial Center: Biographies of federal judges from 1789 to the present as well as publications, including the Manual for Complex Litigation and the Immigration Law Primer.
FedStats: Statistics from more than 100 federal agencies.
FRASER: Links to historical and current economic and statistical publications, releases, and documents.
GovTrack.us: Follow the latest Congressional legislative activity. Find your Congressional district, search bills and browse by subject area, browse voting records, and view committee assignments and bills by committee.
Social Explorer: Access current and historical demographic data, create reports and download data in convenient formats quickly and easily.
ICPSR: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
Indigenous Law Portal: Mapped constitutions, legal materials and legislative documents of American Indians as well as Native Hawaiian. Provides a wide array of descriptions of indigenous peoples of the Americas and connects their culture, history, and lives of the indigenous law classification. Also may serve as an extensive study aid for tribal studies of Americans.
OECD statistics: The mission of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is to promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world. The OECD provides a forum in which governments can work together to share experiences and seek solutions to common problems.
OpenCongress.org: Information about members of Congress (including voting records, congressional committees, and pending legislation), provided by the public interest group. A mixture of official information and opinion.
Regulations.gov: Access point to proposed and final U.S. government agency rules and decisions. Allows public comment on proposed rules.
SciTech Connect: Public connection to science, technology, and engineering research information from the U.S. Department of Energy.
The White House: Current presidential documents, press releases, executive orders.
UNdata: Data access system to UN databases. The United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) launched a new internet based data service for the global user community. It brings UN statistical databases within easy reach of users through a single entry point (http://data.un.org/). Users can now search and download a variety of statistical resources of the UN system.
Find a Lawyer: A service of the North Carolina State Bar, this site provides a listing of attorneys certified as specialists, a listing of licensed attorneys, and a listing compiled by the North Carolina Association of Trial Lawyers.
North Carolina Lawyers Referral Service: This service maintains a listing of attorneys who have agreed to limit the cost of the initial consultation. It does not make referrals to attorneys who will work pro bono.
South Carolina Bar: The South Carolina Bar Lawyer Referral Service is a public service of the South Carolina Bar offered by telephone and online. It maintains a listing of attorneys who have agreed to limit the cost of the initial consultation.
South Carolina Bar Lawyer’s Desk Book: The South Carolina Bar is making its Desk Book free and open to the public. South Carolina Bar Lawyer’s Desk Book comprises a directory where bar members can be searched and the contact information and websites of the state’s legally relevant agencies and other bodies found.
South Carolina Legal Services: South Carolina Legal Services provides free legal services in a wide variety of civil (non-criminal) legal matters to eligible low income residents of South Carolina.
African Human Rights Case Law Analyser: From the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, established by the Organization of African Unity, this database allows you to view human rights cases filed and decided in various African countries. Provides case summaries, authorities cited, and listings of the sections of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights which were alleged to have been violated.
Archive of European Integration: The Archive of European Integration (AEI) is an electronic repository and archive for research materials on the topic of European integration and unification. The AEI collects two types of materials, dating from the 20th and 21st centuries: independently-produced research materials and official European Community/European Union documents.
ASIL Electronic Resource Guide: The Electronic Resource Guide, often called the ERG, is used by students, teachers, practitioners, and researchers as a self-guided tour of relevant, quality, up-to-date online resources covering important areas of international law. The ERG also serves as a ready-made teaching tool at graduate and undergraduate levels.
BAILII: The British equivalent of Cornell’s LII, this site offers free access to British and Irish case law & legislation, European Union case law, Law Commission reports, and other law-related British and Irish material.
Brexit: Site maintained by London’s Middle Temple details the steps involved in, and legal consequences of, Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, scheduled for April 2019.
CIA World FactbookProvides information on the history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues for 267 world entities. References tab includes: maps of the major world regions, as well as Flags of the World, a Physical Map of the World, a Political Map of the World, a World Oceans map, and a Standard Time Zones of the World map.
Commonwealth Legal Information Institute: The main purpose of CommonLII is to provide a comparative law facility by which the laws of all common law countries can be searched and compared. In relation to case law, CommonLII assists in making the ideal of an international common law a reality, by providing the case law collection with the broadest geographical scope, and the only free access international citator (LawCite). As to legislation, CommonLII makes it easier to compare legislative developments in the same subject-areas across Commonwealth countries, and can assist in the process of law reform, as well as increasing the transparency of each country’s legal system. CommonLII also makes it easier to find commentaries on the law from Commonwealth and common law countries, including law
reform reports and some law journals.
Council of Europe Venice Commission: The Council’s CODICES database reports on the case law of constitutional courts in Europe and on the case law of the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Community.
Curia: Official website of the Court of Justice of the European Union and its constituent courts. Provides access to information about the Court of Justice, the General Court (formerly the Court of First Instance of the European Communities), and the Civil Service Tribunal. Includes the full text of judgements, orders, opinions and notices, and allows searching of cases from the courts.
FLARE Index to Treaties: This site indexes more than 1500 multilateral treaties, beginning in 1856. It allows searching for treaties by keywords, title, and the year and the place the treaty was concluded. Many of the search results link to the web version of the treaty and EISIL and note where the treaty can be found in print.
Gender Jurisprudence and International Criminal Law Project: The centerpiece of this project is the Gender Jurisprudence Collections (GJC), a powerful database containing more than 26,000 documents, including judgments, decisions, and orders issued by international/ized criminal courts and tribunals, and made easily searchable for issues relating to sexual and gender-based violence.
Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia Herzegovina: The Human Rights Chamber is a judicial body established under Annex 6 to the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Dayton Peace Agreement) The Chamber has the order to consider alleged or apparent violations of human rights as provided in the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights. A link from the home page leads the researcher to a search page for the Chamber’s decisions.
United Nations: The world body’s website is a source of information on international conflicts, as well as a portal into international law. Locate U.N. Charter, resolutions, maps and other documents.
United Nations Bibliographic Information System: Catalogue of United Nations(UN) documents and publications. Included are commercial publications and other non-UN sources held in the collection of the Dag Hammarskjöld Library. The coverage of UNBISnet is from 1979 onward UNBISnet also provides instant access to a growing number of full text resources in the six official languages of the UN (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish), including resolutions adopted by the General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council and the Security Council from 1946 onward.
United Nations Treaty Series: Searchable database of treaties deposited with the UN and its predecessor organization, the League of Nations.
WIPO Lex: “One-stop search facility for national laws and treaties on intellectual property (IP) of WIPO, WTO and UN Members.”
WorldLII: The World Legal Information Institute (WorldLII) provides a free source of primary legal materials (legislation and case law) for a comprehensive range of countries and jurisdictions worldwide. The service combines access to all materials held in the AustLII, AsianLII, BAILII, CanLII, CommonLII, CyLaw, NZLII, PacLII, SAFLII and HKLII resource systems. The Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) of the United States Law Library of Congress is also searchable on this site.
Free Full-Text Online Law Review/Journal Search: This free search engine searches the free full-text of over 400 online law reviews and law journals, as well as document repositories hosting academic papers and related publications such as Congressional Research Service reports.
Mobile Applications for Law Students and Lawyers: Provides information about current mobile applications that might be of interest to law students and lawyers. Download links for apps are provided for Android, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Blackberry, Palm, and other devices.
Courtlistener: “CourtListener is a free legal research website containing millions of legal opinions from federal and state courts. With CourtListener, lawyers, journalists, academics, and the public can research an important case, stay up to date with new opinions as they are filed, or do deep analysis using our raw data.” Courtlistener is part of the Free Law Project.
Courtport.com: Offers access to “court case information, rules, and forms, property, recordings, liens, criminal business, licensing/disciplinary, and people records.” Unlimited free access is available to anyone with an e-mail address ending in “.edu.”
Findlaw: One of the original legal web sites allows you to research the law, find an expert, browse legal news.
Free Law Project: The “Free Law Project seeks to provide free access to primary legal materials, develop legal research tools, and support academic research on legal corpora. We work diligently with volunteers to expand our efforts at building an open source, open access, legal research ecosystem. Currently, Free Law Project sponsors the development of CourtListener, Juriscraper, and RECAP.”
HG.org: A portal for U.S. and International legal resources
LLRX.com: Law Library Resource Xchange, a collection of legal research guides, tips, product reviews, technology updates.
OpenJurist.org: Search the U.S. Code and more than 600,000 United States Supreme Court and United States Courts of Appeals opinions. United States Reports opinions through 2005 are available, and Federal Reporter 3rd opinions are current as of early 2007. Search by case name, citation or full-text searches.
Public Library of Law: Free access to cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, all 50 states (from 1997-present), plus Federal statutory law, codes from all 50 states, constitutions, court rules, and regulations.
Washlaw: The legal research portal developed by the Washburn University School of Law.
College of Charleston Libraries: From the main page, clicking on Guides will bring you to the librarians’ thoughtful and extensive collection of LibGuides. If you are a Friend of the Library, you can use the online library databases, which are otherwise password protected, in the library.
Chronicling America Historic American Newspapers: This resource, from the Library of Congress, allows searching of historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or using the Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690 and the present.
Google News: Create your own news page, brought to you by Google.
ABA Law Student Website: Contains job leads, internship postings, study aids and other career tools. In addition, the site offers law students free ABA membership, free membership to five ABA practice specialty groups, and free access to Quimbee study tools.
Anglo-American Legal Tradition: Site makes available 3,000,000 digitized images of documents from the U.K. National archives between the years 1218 and 1650. The documents include a wide range of series from both common law and equity courts and from the exchequer. The documents are relevant primarily to those engaged in legal, governmental, economic, religious, social, and local history.
Avalon Project: From the Code of Hammurabi to the report of the 9/11 commission, this site, the creation of Yale Law School’s Lillian Goldman Library, provides access to legal, historical, political and diplomatic documents from 4000 BCE to the 21st century. Hotlinks to supporting documents and definitions enhance the collection’s usefulness.
Econ Papers: EconPapers provides access to RePEc, the world’s largest collection of on-line Economics working papers, journal articles and software.
English Reports, 1220 to 1873: Free access to the English Reports from 1220-1873, available from the Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII). The English Reports database contains 124,882 cases. Full text searching is available.
Founders’ Constitution: Provides the historical documents which informed the drafting and administration of the U.S. Constitution from the early 17th century to the 1830’s.
Hathi Trust: The Hathi Trust is a cosortium of research libraries, created to digitize and make accessible the collections held by those libraries. Many of the texts are unavailable for full text uses because of copyright restrictions; however, all the texts are open to searching inside the text, and the user is directed where to search for copies of the texts.
National Bureau of Economic Research: The National Bureau of Economic Research is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of how the economy works. Their research is conducted by more than 600 university professors around the country, the leading scholars in their fields. NBER researchers initially report their findings in scientific papers aimed at other professional economists in academic institutions, business, government, and the business media around the world. Nearly 500 NBER Working Papers are published each year, and many subsequently appear in scholarly journals.
NELLCO Legal Scholarship Repository: The NELLCO Legal Scholarship Repository provides free access to working papers, reports, lecture series, workshop presentations, and other scholarship created by faculty at NELLCO member schools.
PLos One: PLOS ONE is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access, online publication. PLOS ONE welcomes reports on primary research from any scientific discipline.
Policy Archive: A comprehensive digital library of public policy research containing over 30,000 documents
Project Gutenberg: Over 100,000 out-of-copyright titles from the first producer of free e-books. Primarily literary titles, with a smattering of scientific works.
PsycINFO: Produced by the American Psychological Association, PsycINFO® is an expansive abstracting and indexing database with more than 3 million records devoted to peer-reviewed literature in the behavioral sciences and mental health, making it an ideal discovery and linking tool for scholarly research in a host of disciplines.
PubMed: PubMed comprises more than 24 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites
South Carolina Judicial Department: Portal for South Carolina’s courts yields searchable Supreme Court and Court of Appeals decisions dating back to 1997, trial court information, Bar admissions, court rules, and maps and locations.
South Carolina Legislature Online: Site provides searchable access to the South Carolina Code of Laws, the South Carolina Code of Regulations and the South Carolina Constitution, session laws, as well as look-up and tracking features on current bills.
South Carolina Secretary of State: This site provides a wealth of information, including a corporation search which yields the registered agent and the state documentary record for the corporation searched; a search for UCC filings; and a charity search.
South Carolina Vital Records: Online source for birth, death, and marriage certificates, as well as divorce records. A service of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
American Bankruptcy Institute: Much of the content of this site is password-protected, but a significant portion, including legislation relevant to insolvency practice, is not.
American Immigration Lawyers Association: The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) is the national association of immigration lawyers and law professors who practice and teach immigration law.Their site features a full text resource guide examining the issues around immigration law reform. The site also includes a searchable directory of immigration lawyers and a page of related web links. Parts of the site are restricted to members only.
Animal Law Resource Center: A website of the Animal Law Resource Center provides access to information about legislation and legal matters pertaining to animals. All information on proposed federal and state legislation, state and federal laws, case law summaries, and bibliography of animal law resources may be accessed free of charge. Animal law impacts many areas of legal practice, including criminal law, contracts, torts, sales and professional licensing and more. The Animal Law Resource Center also offers model laws on a broad spectrum of animal issues, including animal cruelty, animal control, laboratory animal welfare, and the use of animals in education and product testing.
National Drug Court Resource Center: The National Drug Court Resource Center is a virtual library of publications, factsheets, information on other drug courts, and sample forms. NDCRC includes information for both state and tribal drug court programs, as well as other restorative justice courts. NDCRC is hosted by the National Drug Court Institute, a professional services branch of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals.
New York Codes, Rules & Regulations: The NYCRR primarily contains state agency rules and regulations adopted under the State Administrative Procedure Act (SAPA). The 22 Titles include one for each state department, one for miscellaneous agencies and one for the Judiciary.
Public.resource.org: This public interest site publishes state and municipal public safety codes from every state.
Public Access to Court Records State Court Links: From the National Center for State Courts, links to court docket sheet databases in most of the states. Annotations about each database allow you to preview coverage and any special features, such as case notification services.
State Agency Databases: This resource contains links to useful state agency databases for the 50 states plus the District of Columbia. Compiled by volunteers from the Government Documents Round Table (GODORT) of the American Library Association.
Thomas Woodward Houghton 50 State Ethics Guide: View Ethic related resources from all 50 states. This guide collects key information about legal ethics and professional responsibility from across the country as well as provides access to ABA ethics information and select ethics titles held by Tarlton Law Library.
2010 Census: The 2010 federal count of the United States population offers statistics and interactive tools which allow relational searches.
American Fact Finder: Provides a plethora of data about the American population, drawn from the 2010 census.
Arrest Data Analysis Tool: According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics web site, “[t]his dynamic data analysis tool allows you to generate tables and figures of arrest data from 1980 onward. You can view national arrest estimates, customized either by age and sex or by age group and race, for many offenses. This tool also enables you to view data on local arrests.
UnctadStat: Statistical data on worldwide trade from the United Nations Commission on Trade and Development.
Sepak-terjang Bermain Poker Online Mainkan Peluang Flush
Anda mesti pahami jika 5 slip dengan bunga yang tentu tipenya bisa menghasilkan flush dalam Bermain Poker Online. Karenanya Anda harus tahu juga jika aktivitas itu bisa menghasilkan keuntungan yang berkaitan jika diolah beserta cocok. Pada saat terdapat 3-4 kartu yang sangat bisa terhitung bikin menyampaikan dukungan Anda bikin menciptakan flush, karenanya Anda mampu menghasilkan keuntungan besar. Kesudahannya, peluang kombinasi flush tersebut pasti bisa menjadi khilaf satunya aktivitas yang bisa Anda gunakan bikin mengambil keuntungan menggertakan lawan. Sepak-terjang pada game ini kian baik bikin melakukan all in dengan cocok.
Terlintas bisa membuat lawan merisaukan tindakannya agar bisa kurangi peluang kerugian. Karenanya, mainkan pemikiran dengan baru sekadar akan di rasa luar biasa cocok menjadi satu tata. Tapi strategi ini yang jarang dijumpai oleh kurang lebih beberapa orang di ruang modern saat ini untuk Bermain Poker Online.
Beberapa Hal Bermain Yang Sedikit Ditemukan
Jika Anda merupakan orang yang sering main poker online, pasti Anda ketahui Bermain Poker Online bisa datangkan keuntungan yang berkaitan. Permainan ini bisa dimenangkan pada saat Anda mendapatkan kombinasi kartu sempurna bikin bisa datangkan moral yang berkaitan. Perjudian online dengan pakai permainan poker diantaranya yang benar-benar memikat di dunia. Banyak beberapa orang yang menghasilkan pelajaran dari permainan ini di dalam dengan bidang yang mampu menjadi seseorang profesional handal. Agar Anda bisa menciptakan keuntungan dengan terus-terusan. Renggangan dari Anda seharusnya mengetahui jika permainan poker mampu memberi dukungan menghasilkan keuntungan jika diolah dengan tata yang sama sesuai. Sedianya banyak bermacam-macam yang bukan ditemukan oleh beberapa banyak orang tapi sering Anda dapatkan di permainan ini.
Bermain Poker Online Naikkan Taruhan Juga Menang Banyak
Jika Kamu mengerti beberapa referensi pada bawah ini, Anda bakal membuat pijakan bikin Dikau bikin bisa mainkan paham pada lawan. Dengan demikian pada saat Anda menyimpan satu kartu yang redup untung, pasti Anda bisa mainkan pemikiran itu. Terlintas membuat lawan pahami kelebihan Anda dengan mutlak. Tetapi sebelum Anda mengerti gimana mainkan pemikiran, pasti Anda juga harus mampu tiru pemikiran dari lawan beserta cocok. Oleh karenanya Dikau bisa pahami jika kegiatan ini sangat bisa diuntungkan jika dilihat dari potongan pandang yang cocok. Kesannya, beberapa orang di antara Anda pasti sadar jika aktivitas main poker siap digunakan bikin menghasilkan keuntungan dengan terus-terusan. Tapi sesungguhnya aktivitas ini harus Kamu sadari masih banyak tata didalamnya yang butuh Anda bisa terapkan.
Beberapa daripada Anda pasti pahami jika ada keuntungan pada saat kartu besar Bermain Poker Online IDN yang tersedia. Barisan 5 kartu yang ada pasti ada salah satunya yang besar serta bisa membuat Anda dapat memakainya bikin menghasilkan pelajaran. Oleh karenanya permainan tersebut dapat memberi dukungan Anda menghasilkan keuntungan yang berkaitan jika diolah lewat sepak-terjang yang sama sesuai. Kurang lebih dari Anda tentunya pahami game ini diantaranya yang bisa bawa serta Dikau menghasilkan keuntungan. Dimana di saat Anda bisa mainkan pemikiran dari lawan kalau Anda memegang kartu yang serupa besarnya. Dengan demikian di dalam saat kartu As yang ada pasti akan menghasilkan Anda lebih baik bikin melakukan all in aja. Meskipun demikian mungkin sedang lawan Anda ada tapi sebenarnya Anda bisa membuahkan keuntungan yang lebih besar dengan menggetarkan beberapa bermitra.