Regularly updated online version of the Constitution Annotated from Congress.gov
Also see current and historical versions through govinfo.gov
The Constitution is the landmark legal document of the United States & comprises the primary law of the U.S. Federal Government. Includes the Constitution with annotations for historic Supreme Court cases, along with laws declared unconstitutional.
The following legal references are available in Nexis Uni:
> Ballentine's Law Dictionary (3rd edition)
> Wolters Kluwer Bouvier Law Dictionary
> American Jurisprudence (2nd ed.)
> Attorney’s Dictionary of Patent Claims
> Attorney’s Dictionary of Medicine
> Dictionary of Occupational Titles
> Intellectual Property Law Dictionary
> The Law Dictionary (7th edition)
Location: JPL 3rd Floor KF154 .C67 (v. 1-101A, General Index A-Z 1992)
Restates U.S. law in encyclopedic form. Includes a five volume general index, uses pocket part supplements. Copious footnotes containing case references can be used as finding aids for case citations. Not most recent edition.
Provides access to reference resources on topics in American government, politics, history, public policy, and current affairs. Includes the CQ Congress, Public Affairs, Voting and Elections, and Supreme Court collections, as well as Encyclopedia of American Government. Also includes CQ Political Reference Suite titles: Congress and the Nation, Political Handbook of the World, Historic Documents Series, Washington Information Directory, and Politics in America. Collections may contain dictionary or encyclopedia entries, image galleries, and maps in addition to full text.
U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics
Presents detailed comparative data by State trial and appellate courts in the United States. Diagrams of court structure summarize the key features of each State's court organization.