Eagle-i is a gateway site, developed by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, linking to worldwide legal information sources on the internet. Coverage includes UK, European, foreign, comparative and international law. The database can be searched, with options available to limit the search by country, resource type, or organisation.
FindLaw is a free legal information web portal owned by Thomson Reuters. This site is aimed specifically at legal professionals and provides links to American legal materials, materials from other jurisdictions, subject categories and legal news. There is also a link to the main FindLaw site, which is aimed at the consumer.
Infolaw is a UK legal web gateway developed and maintained by Nick Holmes. The “Lawfinder Legal Resources” section includes links to over 100,000 legal documents and resources, including listings by subject and country, legislation and case law, government and court sites, civil and family procedure updates, and chambers and law firm sites. Full access to Lawfinder content and features requires registration (free). Other information and materials including forms and precedents are available via a subscription service.
Developed by Emily Allbon, City University’s Law Librarian, Lawbore is the City Law School’s legal portal. While the site is primarily aimed at their law students, it has a collection of links likely to be useful to anyone interested in law. It has a policy of linking to small numbers of high quality sites.
Lawlinks is maintained by the Library of the University of Kent to help students and others find their way around legal internet resources. The “Signposts” section provides briefly annotated links to freely available sites recommended as good starting points for legal research. These include both UK and worldwide links and a section devoted to specific legal topics.
This site, maintained by Delia Venables, an IT consultant, aims to provide a comprehensive set of links to legal resources which may be of use to the legal community in the UK and Ireland. There are separate sections for four different user groups: individuals, lawyers, companies and students. Entries are annotated and new content is added frequently.