A Current Awareness Service of
Cornell Law Library
InSITE highlights selected law-related World Wide Web sites in two ways: as an annotated
publication issued electronically and in print; and as a keyword-searchable database.
The law librarians at
Cornell evaluate potentially useful Web sites, select the most valuable ones, and provide
commentary and subject access to them. These information can be accessed as following:
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Colorado Consumer Protection Act
This site is a link from the 1995 Colorado Revised Statutes, and has the full-text of Title 6 - Consumer and Commercial Affairs, Fair Trade and Restraint of Trade, Article 1 which is the Colorado Consumer Protection Act.
Center for Law on Immigration and Asylum
Founded by Dr. Kay Hailbronner, the Center for International and European Law on Immigration and Asylum, located at the University of Konstanz, has created a site which is attempting to operate as a gateway to other sites which have collected information on this topic. Connections exist to migration sites around the world under the categories of: Directories, Governments, Journals, Jurisdiction, Law Firms, Migration Law, NGOs and Political Parties, Publications, Research Centers, and Statistics. The Center operates as the starting point for accessing an exceptionally rich collection of material.
Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief
Part of the University of Minnesota's Human Rights Library, this site presents the text of the UN Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief (1981). It is a simple presentation of the text of the document and does not include any links to other sites.
The E-Journals Coalition is a group of electronic legal publications working together to advance common goals. Among these goals is a shared desire to promote the use of the internet for information providing and research by standardizing formats and easing use.
National Center for Agricultural Law Research and Information
The National Center for Agricultural Law Research and Information (NCALRI) was created in 1987 under Public Law 100-202, 101 Stat. 1329-30. The NCALRI deals with such issues as government farm programs, farm finance and credit, hired labor practices, land use, liability and insurance coverage, environmental law, international trade and bio-technology. This site includes a number of links to information on agricultural law. Under NCALRI publications, there is an annotated bibliography of selected environmental law resources of interest to practicing attorneys.
The Taxpayer Assets Project
The Taxpayer Assets Project (TAP) was founded by Ralph Nader in 1988 to monitor the management and sale of government property. The activities of TAP focus on Public Access to Government Information, Resources and Public Lands, Pricing of Drugs Developed with Federal Funds, and Telecommunications Policy. The information dealing with Public Access to Government Information is the best developed. In addition to having TAP-produced discussions on the issue of Government Information Policy, there are links to several Government Information WWW sites, from which can be accessed statutory, regulatory, and judicial information. Included are GPO Access, Thomas, the U.S. House of Representatives WWW site, and the SEC's EDGAR database via Town Hall.
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