Legal Research Links
LII State Law Links (arranged by state)
Cornell's Legal Information Institute provides links to state statutes grouped by subject.
State Attorney General Reports & Opinions - HeinOnline
Includes all 50 states plus Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Coverage goes back to inception for many states (including NY), and content is being added to eventually provide coverage back to inception for all states. More information is available in the publisher's pdf brochure <pdf>. Available only to current CUNY School of Law students and faculty.
Use the individual state links in the left column to see extensive lists of government and other state law-related sites.
State & Local Government Sites
Use the individual state links in the left column for extensive lists of government resources.
Links maintained by the Library of Congress.
Look for the link to research municipal codes in the free online library. Provided by the Municipal Code Corporation.
Maintained by the National Center for State Courts. Also contains links to some federal and international courts.
he "Legal Opinions & Journals" section of this site has two selections called "Search opinions of." The second one searches all available states, but you can use the pull-down menu to select whatever state you are interested in. According to Google the database includes state supreme court and appellate cases since 1950, but trial court decisions have also been seen in search results for some states, including N.Y.
Provides information on individual courthouses in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Maryland/D.C. Includes travel directions, courthouse photos, courthouse and record room floor plans, directions on how to look up court records, and tutorials on using publicly available information systems at the courthouses. Spotty coverage of courts though, and it's unclear if this site is still being updated.
State Legal Forms
State Law Research
Subject Compilations of State Laws, 1960 - current - HeinOnline
According to the publisher's description, this is a "comprehensive source for identifying thousands of articles, books, government documents, loose-leaf services, court opinions and Internet sites that compare state laws on hundreds of subjects." Includes over 18,000 bibliographic records. When material in the record is available on HeinOnline or through other selected Internet sources, a link is provided.