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What information can you get from online law libraries?

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An online law library provides reliable sources of information such as guides on legal research events and issues, informational articles on various legal topics, and legal publications, such as codes and constitutions. These libraries help attorneys, law students, judges, business owners and consumers find answers to legal questions.

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The libraries also offer links to helpful and reliable articles and sites. For example, Library of Congress is an online law library that offers a comprehensive collection of materials related to law. The collection covers different systems of law from common to socialist as well as foreign law. The library also maintains collections of different types of legal publications, such as official gazettes, legal bibliographies, session laws as well as legal periodicals and legislative histories.

Some online law libraries such as LegalMatch.com offer a large collection of articles on varying legal topics. Each article provides guidance and information in a way that helps a reader understand and become familiar with the law. The library also offers information on finding proper legal counsel.

Sites such as FindLaw.com have a lawyer directory that contains detailed information of lawyers from all over the United States. People can browse for an attorney by location or area of expertise.

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