WILLIAM A. HILYERD, University of Louisville – Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, Associate Professor of Legal Bibliography.
Materials originally presented June 20, 2008 at the Kentucky Bar Association Conference. Section II contains information on locating Kentucky cases, statutes, regulations, and ordinances on the internet. Other useful Kentucky sites are also mentioned. Section III provides information on locating various types of federal law (statutes, regulations, & cases) using free sites on the internet. Section IV gives tips on using search engines, portals, and meta-sites to locate legal information. Finally, Section V discusses using free sites to locate secondary sources on the internet.
There is a lot of really good information packed into the 9 pages of this article and it is certainly must-read material for anyone researching Kentucky law. However, I do need to correct one error: SCOTUSblog, while a truly fantastic resource, it is not the official blog of the United States Supreme Court.
Source: LSN Legal Writing Vol. 3 No. 14, 07/28/2008