Search Engines | Portals | Discussion Lists
Internet Search Engines
Many general search engines do not search their own databases. Instead, most draw their search results from the databases of either Google or Bing.
Ask (question & answer format remains, but no longer uses its own database of websites for searching)
YaHoo! (now searches the Bing database of Web sites)
Additional search engines you might want to try that are not nearly as large as Google or Bing but contain unique databases:
To see many more search engine choices for specific subject areas:
Law-Specific Search Engines
LawCrawler (powered by Google, provided by FindLaw)
Academic Search Engines
Information About Search Engines
Search Engine Watch (mainly of interest to advertisers now)
Information About Searching the "Deep Web"
Law & Government Web Portals
FDsys - US Govt. Printing Office's portal for federal government publications
NY.gov - NY State government's information portal
NYC.gov - NYC government's information portal
USA.gov - US goverment's information portal
Blogs, Discussion Lists & Newsgroups
Tile.net - email newsletters & discussion lists
Law-Specific Blogs, Discussion Lists & Newsgroups
ABA Journal Blawg Directory - includes the Blawg 100 list of most popular blawgs, as voted on annually by registered users.
LegalBirds - Legal professionals on Twitter