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|Black's law dictionary||Reference||KF156 .B53 2014|
|Introduction to business law||Stacks||KF390 .B84 B43 2013|
|NALA manual for paralegals and legal assistants||Stacks||KF320 .L4 N34 2015|
|Legal research, analysis, and writing||Stacks||KF240 .H36 2015|
|Gale encyclopedia of everyday law (2013)||GVRL||View E-Book|
Google Scholar: click "legal opinions and journals;" search by the name of the court case or by topic.
Justia.com: Legal information on different legal practice areas, including business law. Also provides access to all US Federal appellate cases since 1950. Browse by series, circuit, and year. Limited full-text searching.
SC Code of Laws: provides searchable access to the SC Code of Laws. Some changes may take place immediately during any sitting of the SC Legislature.
Project of The South Carolina Centers for Equal Justice: Includes information about rights and legal responsibilities in over a dozen areas of law.
Emory Law: Has US Constitution current through 1995.
Cornell Law - Uniform Commercial Code: contains legal information concerning business and commercial subject areas. The SC Commercial Code appears to be current up until 2000.
Small Business Administration (SBA): contains legal information pertaining to small businesses.
FindLaw.com: provides legal information for legal professionals, businesses and general public.
LawCrawler.com: Search engine for finding general legal information.
EEOLaw.com: Public service site with links to US and state resources for Equal Employment Opportunity Law.
Findlaw Constitutional Legal Center: contains Supreme Court cases.
The Supreme Court Database: Extensive information about every case the Supreme Court decided between the 1946 and 2012 terms, http://scdb.wustl.edu/.
Congress.gov: Formally Thomas.gov (which is being phased into this site in 2014), this site has information about legislation, congressional records, committee information and reports, members of Congress (since 1973), and general information on the legislative process, https://www.congress.gov/.
National Security Archive: based at George Washington University; non-profit, non-government archive of declassified U.S. government documents, http://www2.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/.
OpenSecrets.org: by the Center for Response Politics, a research group that tracks money in U.S. politics and how that money effects elections and public policy, http://www.opensecrets.org.
GovTrak.Us: keep up with the current activity in Congress, track representatives, research pending legislation, https://www.govtrack.us.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: provides information about copyrights, trademarks, patents, and intellectual rights.
Patent Scope: search 35 million patent documents including 2.2 million published international patent applications.
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Last updated: 04/27/18