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Legal Reference Sources
A guide to the citation of electronic sources prepared by the Judges Computer Advisory Committee of the Canadian Judicial Council. Includes The Neutral Citation Standard for Case Law
The on-line version of this basic guide to the citation of American legal materials by Peter Martin is provided by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell
Uses acronyms or abbreviations as keywords and returns full names. From the Freien Universität Berlin.
A complete version of this legal dictionary.
Researched, written in plain language and provided free of charge by lawyer Lloyd Duhaime.
Produced by the Translation Service of the European Commission, this dictionary of EU terminology will translate legal terms or abbreviations from any of the European Community languages into English.
From Nolo Press, this dictionary contains plain-English definitions for over a thousand legal terms, from the common to the bizarre.
Considered to be the Net's best law dictionary by its very own producers, the Lyceum specializes in obsolete Latin and French legal terms.
From Law.com. provides explanations of explanations of more than 3000 common legal terms
Web version of the popular dictionary provided by Merriam Webster with thesaurus.
In an attempt to provide a survey of the whole law & economics literature each of the Encyclopedia's entries contains both a review of the literature, written by an authority in the field, as well as quasi complete bibliography. From the University of Ghent.
From Nolo Press, plain-English articles on a variety of legal topics