Law and Legal Information Directory, 24th Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1414473400
  • ISBN-13: 9781414473406
  • DDC: 340.025
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  • Previous Editions: 2011, 2010, 2010
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released April 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

Law and Legal Information Directory describes organizations, services, programs, and other sources of information about the legal field, bringing together in one work a vast array of information on an area of increasing significance to people from all walks of life. From the casual newspaper reader to the legal professional, everyone is aware that the impact of the law on everyday situations; malpractice lawyers, dentists, doctors, even clergy; compliance regulations to avoid gender, racial or disabilities discrimination; waste disposal directives; and a myriad of other laws with ramifications for social, economic, and political activities. Law and Legal Information Directory directs the librarian, layperson, business professional, student, scholar and government official to sources of current facts and details concerning the legal field.

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Features and Benefits

  • LAW AND LEGAL INFORMATION DIRECTORY 24 contains comprehensive law and legal related information, separated into 50 chapters, organized by like content, across all subjects' areas of law and legal related sources.
  • State-of-the-art search, sort and export features.
  • Available 24/7 from any Internet connected computer.
  • Choose the directory titles you want, and own the data.
  • Entries include hot-linked Web sites and e-mail addresses (when available).
  • Cross-searchable — Search across our growing number of directory titles. Each directory can be searched individually by its own unique data fields, or search the entire directory collection.
  • Generate lists, analyze trends — Export search results and use them in programs like Excel or Word, making the creation of mailing lists a snap.

What's New

  • Use it like a database; buy and own it like a book collection.

Table of Contents

Introduction.
Section Descriptions.
VOLUME I.
1. National and International Organizations.
National and International Organizations Name and Keyword Index.
2. Bar Associations.
3. Bar Examination and Admission to Legal Practice Requirements.
4. Federal Court System.
5. Highest State Courts.
6. Federal Regulatory Agencies.
Federal Regulatory Agencies Acronym and Keyword Index.
7. Law Schools.
Law Schools Alphabetic Name and Publication Index.
8. Continuing Legal Education.
Continuing Legal Education Alphabetic Index.
9. Paralegal Education.
10. Scholarships, Fellowships, and Grants.
Scholarships, Fellowships and Grants Alphabetic and Keyword Index.
11. Awards and Prizes.
Awards and Prizes Alphabetic Index.
12. Special Libraries.
Special Libraries Alphabetic Index.
VOLUME II.
13. Information Systems and Services.
Information Systems and Services Alphabetic Index.
14. Research Centers.
Research Centers Alphabetic Index.
15. Consultants and Consulting Organizations.
Consultants and Consulting Organizations Alphabetic Index.
VOLUME III.
16. Legal Publications.
Legal Publications Name and Keyword Index.
17. Book and Media Publishers.
18. State Lawyer Disciplinary Agencies.
19. Lawyer Referral Services.
20. Legal Aid Offices.
21. Public Defender Offices.
22. Legislative Manuals and Registers.
23. Small Claims Courts.
24. Corporation Departments of States and Provinces.
25. State Law Enforcement Agencies.
26. Bill Status of State Legislation.
27. State Environmental Protection Offices.
28. State Banking Authorities.
29. State Securities Offices.
30. State Food and Drug Offices.
31. State Departments of Public Health.
32. State Housing Authorities and Agencies.
33. State Commissioners of Insurance.
34. State Occupational Safety and Health Offices.
35. State Real Estate Commissions.
36. State Boating Authorities.
37. State Occupational and Professional Licensing Boards.
38. State Weights and Measures Offices.
39. State Public Utility Commissions.
40. State Consumer Protection Offices.
41. State Education Departments.
42. Bar Examination Review Courses.
43. Child Support Enforcement.
44. Lobby Law Administration.
45. State Offices of Corrections, Probation and Parole.
46. Labor and Workers’ Compensation Offices.
47. Elections Administration.
48. Veterans’ Affairs.
49. Crime Victim Services.
50. Housing and Development.