Legal Information

Links to Internet resources that provide legal information and help doing legal research are found here.

The Business, Sciences and Technology Department of the Central Library also houses many print legal sources.  Many standard sources, such as the United States Code, Tennessee Code, Code of Federal Regulations, Federal Register, and United States Reports are found in the department.  There are also many self-help legal sources intended for the lay person available.  Please call (901) 415-2734 for information on the legal collections available in the department.


The Law Library at the University of Memphis contains an extensive collection of legal resources and is open to the public.  The Law Library’s resources may help with advanced legal questions and research.

Tennessee Code Online
Print copies of Tennessee Code Annotated are located in the Business/Sciences department in the Central library and the Bartlett, Cherokee, Cordova, East Shelby, Frayser, Hollywood, Parkway Village, Poplar-White Station, Raleigh, Randolph, South, and Whitehaven branches of the Library.

Memphis Code of Ordinances & Memphis Charter
Print copies of the Code of Ordinances are found in the Business/Sciences department on the third floor in the Central library as well as in the Bartlett branch.

Shelby County Code Online
Codes organized by state; Shelby County Code included under Tennessee.  Print copies of the Code of Ordinances are found in the Business/Sciences department on the third floor in the Central library as well as in the Bartlett branch.
 

Germantown Code Online
The Germantown Code can be found at this website furnished by Municode.com.
 

Collierville Code Online
The Collierville Code of Ordinances can be found at this website furnished by the American Legal Publishing Corporation.
 

Bartlett Code
A print copy is available at the Bartlett branch.

Court Decisions

I. Tennessee – Federal Courts

United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
Tennessee, along with Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio, make up the geographic jurisdiction of this Federal Court.  Current Sixth Circuit opinions, and opinions going back to 1994, are found here.  Published Opinions issued since July 1, 1999 and unpublished opinions issued since October 1, 2004 appear on The US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit Opinion Search.  These opinions are searchable by case number, title keyword, date of issue, and opinion number.

United States Bankruptcy Court Western District of Tennessee
Published and unpublished judges' opinions of the Court filed between 1994 to the present are available here.

United States District Court of Western Tennessee
Registration is required for access to Court electronic records.  Additional information about the court, including online forms and applications, is found on this site.

II. Tennessee – State Courts.

Tennessee Supreme Court Opinions
Current Tennessee State Supreme Court opinions and opinions going back to the third quarter of 1995 are found here, as well as the Court Rules of the Tennessee Supreme Court.

Tennessee Court of Appeals Opinions
Current, and opinions going back to the third quarter of 1995, are found here.

Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals Opinions
Current, and opinions going back to the third quarter of 1995, are found here.

Tennessee Ethics Opinions
Judicial Ethics Opinions from 1997 to the present are available.  Also,  Board of Professional Responsibility - Formal Ethics Opinions from 1980 to the present are available here.

Worker’s Compensation
Current, and opinions back to 1996, are found here.

III. Tennessee – Shelby County – Courts

Shelby County Chancery Court
Case information is found here as well as information about the court, including court rules.

Circuit Court for the 30th Judicial District at Memphis
Case information is available here as well as information about the court, including some commonly used court forms that can be downloaded.

Shelby County Criminal Court
Case information is available here as well as biographical information about Criminal Court Judges and other information.

General Sessions Court
Case information is available here as well as some court forms that can be downloaded and other information.

Shelby County Probate Court
Information about the court is found here as well as some Probate Court forms that can be downloaded and other information, including a link to information on Wills in Tennessee.

IV. Other Courts – United States Supreme Court Cases

United States Supreme Court
The United States Supreme Court website provides the text of Slip Opinions, Term Opinions, and Term In-Chambers Opinions.  In addition, there is a link to the full-text opinions, beginning with volume 502, from the 1991 term of the Supreme Court, of the United States Reports.  Also available are The Rules of the Supreme Court.

Oyez: U.S. Supreme Court Multimedia
Information about major historical Supreme Court cases is found here as well as digital recordings of court proceedings.

FindLaw : Supreme Court Opinions
FindLaw has a searchable database of the Supreme Court Decisions since 1893 through the present.

Supreme Court Collection
This collection, from the Cornell University School of Law’s Legal Information Institute, has Supreme Court decisions from 1990 to the present.

FLITE – Supreme Court Decisions
Searchable database of Supreme Court Decisions from 1937 to 1975.

Selected Historic Decisions of the United States Supreme Court
Searchable database from the Legal Information Institute of 610 historic Supreme Court decisions.

V. Other Courts – Federal.

The Federal Judiciary Homepage
Links are provided to each circuit of the United States Federal Court system where links to Courts of Appeal, U.S. District, and U.S. Bankruptcy Court home pages are found.  Many of these home pages provide court decisions.

The Federal Court Locator
This Villanova School of Law site provides links to the home pages of the United States Court of Appeals, to the home pages of U.S. District and U.S. Bankruptcy Courts, and to other federal courts.  Most of these web sites have opinions available online.

Federal Rules - Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
This site provides access to the national and local rules currently in effect in federal courts and provides additional information about federal rules of practice, procedure and evidence.  Proposed amendments to the rules are posted here for review and comment.

VI. Other Courts – State

FindLaw – State Cases and Codes
Links are provided here to sites which include court decisions from courts for each state.

State Case Law - Law Research
Links are also found here to judicial opinions from state courts as well as links to some county, municipal and other kinds of local court sites in individual states.

State Courts - By Jurisdiction
Another part of the Cornel School of Law's Legal Information Institute, links are provided to web sites where judicial opinions from courts from each state are found.

StateLaw – Washlaw Web
Also provides links to where judicial opinions from individual state courts are found.

Federal Resources

Federal Resources

Constitution of the United States
Original text of the Constitution with links to amendments.

Constitution of the United States, Analysis and Interpretation
Constitution and amendments annotated with references to United States Supreme Court Cases.

United States Code
The U. S. Code is the current, official compilation of the laws of the United States. It is divided into 50 titles and kept current by supplements. You may also link to another searchable version of the Code available at the Cornell University Legal Information Institute U.S. Code site or you can go to the searchable version at the U.S. House of Representatives Office of the Law Revision Counsel.

Federal Register
Published Daily, the Federal Register contains the proposed rules of all federal agencies. By law, any proposed rule must be published first in the Federal Register for public scrutiny. The Federal Register contains other government documents, such as Presidential Proclamations, Executive Orders, and other documents required to be published by an act of Congress.

Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.)
The C.F.R. contains all the rules and regulations currently in force for all federal agencies. The rules and regulations are as much the law as the statutes found in the U.S. Code. The C.F.R. is also divided into 50 titles, many, but not all, corresponding to the titles of the U.S. Code.

Congressional Bills
Thomas, created by the Library Congress, allows searching for texts of bills going back to the 94th Congress, and for the full text of bills beginning with the 101st Congress. Thomas includes a Listing of Bills for the Current Congress, this Bill List provides a sequential index of House and Senate bills by bill number. You may also search for bills in the GPO ACCESS Congressional Bills Databases

Congressional Hearings on the Internet
This site allows searching for Congressional Hearings by Committee, by Government Agency, by Lobby Group, and by Subject. A limited number of congressional hearings are also available via the GPO ACCESS site Congressional Hearings.

Congressional Record
The Congressional Record contains a record of the debates, supposedly verbatim but often revised, held on the floors of the United States Senates and United States House of Representatives. It also includes the introduction of bills, resolutions, and amendments on a Congressional day; the text of many bills and resolutions; Presidential messages; and other types of communication or remarks made by individual Senate and House members.

A Guide to Presidential Documents
Search here for Executive Orders, Proclamations and other Presidential documents.

Regulations.gov
Federal documents that are open for review in the Federal Register may be found and reviewed here, and comments on the documents may be submitted. The site is intended to make it easier for the citizen to participate in the rule-making process. A citizen can submit comments on a regulation and have the government take his or her view into account.
 

U.S. Tax Code On-Line
The complete text of the U.S. Tax Code can be accessed here in a variety of ways.

Find a Lawyer

Find a Lawyer


FindLaw - Find a Lawyer West Legal Directory
This site provides access to the West Group's West Legal Directory which provides profiles of over 1 million lawyers and law firms in the United States and other countries. It allows different ways to search for a lawyer.

Memphis Area Legal Services, Inc
Legal advice and representation may be available for some non-criminal matters to elderly and indigent citizens of Shelby, Tipton, Fayette, and Lauderdale counties.

Tennessee Certified Specialists
The Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization, an agency of the Tennessee Supreme Court, offers a link to attorneys who are Tennessee Certified Specialists. Tennessee certifies Specialists in eleven areas of law, and a Certified Specialist must have significant experience in his or her field, have passed an examination, and meet the other requirements that are listed here.

Martindale-Hubbell Locate a Lawyer
This site provides access to the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. The Directory consists of more than 900,000 lawyer and law firm listings for the United States and other countries. You can search for lawyers different ways, including by name and by location/practice.

Shelby County Public Defender
The primary responsibility of the Public Defender's Office is to ensure that indigent citizens accused of crimes are represented by an attorney.

 

Free Saturday Legal Clinics

Free Saturday Legal Clinics

First Floor - Meeting Rooms
Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library
3030 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, TN 38111
For More Information Call (901) 415-2734


The Free Saturday Legal Clinic provides an opportunity for individuals with a legal question or problem to talk face to face with an attorney in order to get quick advice.
(This does not mean that the attorney will take your case or represent you in court)
For additional information please check out the Saturday Legal Clinic page, on the Memphis Bar Association's website.

Dates for the 2013 Calandar

Saturday, December14

Dates for the 2014  Calendar

All Free Legal Clinics are from 10:00 - 12:00 unless noted below

Saturday, January 11
Saturday, February 8
Saturday, March 8
Saturday, April 12       Clinic will be on 3rd floor
Saturday, May 10
Saturday, June 14
Saturday, July 12
Saturday, August 9
Saturday, September 13
Saturday, October 11
Saturday, November 8
Saturday, December 13

Participating Organizations

Memphis Bar Association
Memphis Area Legal Services
Memphis Paralegal Association




 

Law Libraries and Law Schools

UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS LAW LIBRARY
1 North Front Street
Memphis, TN 38103-2189
Phone: (901) 678-2426

The Law Library offers a collection of over 250,000 volumes of books and microforms to its students, faculty and the public. The Law Library and its extensive resources may be helpful in doing legal research. Its web site contains Legal Links of Interest and is also very helpful.

Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, The University of Memphis

Alyne Queener Massey Law Library,
Vanderbilt University School of Law

Vanderbilt University Law School

Joel A Katz Law Library
, The University of Tennessee College of Law

The University of Tennessee College of Law

Shelby County Law Library
140 Adams Avenue, 4th Floor, Memphis, TN 38103
PHN 901-527-7041 -- FAX 901-522-8935
Email - lawlibrary@bellsouth.net
This library serves the general public as well as members of the Shelby County legal community. Information about resources available in the library is available here, as are some useful links to online legal resources.

 



The law libraries listed below contain particularly helpful links to legal resources and databases which could helpful in doing legal research.
Cornell Law School

D'Angelo Law Library -
University of Chicago

Washburn University School of Law

The following sites provide links to law libraries and law schools from around the country.

Internet Law Library - Law Schools and Law Libraries

U. S. Law Schools on the Internet

 

Legal Forms

NOTE: The sites below contain extensive and helpful legal information, but none of the sites listed below can be used as substitutes for the personal advice that you may need from a lawyer.

Most of the sites themselves have disclaimers stating that laws are constantly changing and that only a lawyer can provide specific advice on which you can depend.

Extensive legal information is found in the sites, and much of it is geared to the lay person, but personal advice from a lawyer may be necessary for anyone doing legal research.

Tennessee Legal Forms Library
This database offers free Tennessee Legal Forms on topics including Bankruptcy, Divorce, Name Change, Power of Attorney, Sample Letters, Wills, and many others.

WARNING: Public users should consult an attorney for serious legal matters.

State of Tennessee Advance Care Plan and Appointment of Health Care Agent
In the State of Tennessee, The Advance Care Plan and Appointment of Health Care Agent forms are taking the place of the Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney forms; however, a Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney are still acceptable as a means of advance health care decision making. These documents can be used to inform you family and doctor of your decisions about your health care should you become unable to decide for yourself. You can also use these forms to appoint someone you know and trust to be your health care decision maker.

Shelby County Register
The office of the Shelby County Register records: tax liens, property titles, mortgages, bankruptcy documents, deeds of gifts of estate, marriage settlements, contracts, revoked powers of attorney, real estate conveyances, armed forces discharges and hardship affidavits.

All Law Forms - Key Sites
Links to sites containing all kinds of legal forms.

ILRG Legal Forms Archive
This site offers a wide variety of legal forms, including buying and selling agreements, transfers and assignments, leases and tenancies, many different kinds of personal forms, and more. Many useful forms included, but please be sure to read the disclaimer done by the publishers of this page.

Local Sources

Municipal Code Corporation
Municipal and County Codes published by the Municipal Code Corporation are found here. Codes are listed by state. Click any other state to find other municipal and county codes online in that state.

American Legal Publishing's Code of Ordinances on the Internet
Find here all of the Codes of Ordinances and other Government Infobases that American Legal Publishing has put online. The Collierville Code can be accessed here under the Library link.

Local, State and National

Local, State and National
Organizations, Associations, and Agencies

I. Local and State

(Memphis and the surrounding areas, and state of Tennessee)

Associations

Tennessee Lawyers' Association for Women
A bar association organized to improve the status of women attorneys in the legal community and to contribute to the larger community.

Memphis Bar Association
This website provides information and resources to members of the public who have questions relating to legal matters and proceedings in Memphis and Shelby County. In addition, the Memphis Bar Association offers arbitration in fee disputes between attorneys and clients as well as a lawyer referral service. It also has a placement service, free to applicants, the assist support staff in finding positions in local law firms.

Shelby County Courthouse Law Library
The Shelby County Courthouse Law Library maintains a non-circulating law library that is open to the public for in-house use. Telephone reference service and in-room research assistance are NOT available.

Tennessee Bar Association The Tennessee Bar Association offers public service information in a variety of areas and offers contacts and links to other sources.

Lawyer Complaints

Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility
The Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility investigates complaints of ethical misconduct against attorneys.  The last entry on the page leads to the Consumer Assistance Program (CAP) which can help people who have questions or problems with their Tennessee lawyer.

Tennessee Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection
This web page provides contact information for the fund near the bottom of the page.

Legal Counseling

Community Legal Center
The Community Legal Center provides legal advice, mediation, legal representation and referrals. The Center may provide legal assistance in matters of divorce, adoption, custody disputes, child support settlements, consumer issues (used cars, rental agreements, etc.), Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) orders, Powers of Attorney/Conservatorships for the elderly, wills and living wills, landlord/tenant disputes, garnishments, conservatorships, guardianships, real estate related matters, commercial/contract disputes, probate matters, family law matters. The Center does NOT provide legal assistance in criminal law, bankruptcies, for victims of personal injury, accidents, violent crimes, medical malpractice, workers compensation injuries or for employment discrimination. Individuals seeking assistance must comply with income eligibility requirements.

Arkansas Legal Services Partnership
Arkansas Legal Services Partnership offers assistance in civil matters to individuals whose income and resources meet eligibility requirements. Criminal or fee generating cases are not handled.

Memphis Area Legal Services
Memphis Area Legal Services offers assistance in solving problems that affect basic needs for children, families and individuals. It does not provide legal assistance in criminal cases, class action lawsuits or fee generating cases such as personal injury, worker?s compensation or criminal victim?s injury compensation.

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
The agency supports the advance of economic conditions, educational attainment, political influence, health conditions and civil rights of the Hispanic population in the U.S. Among the services it provides are: citizenship and immigration programs and assistance, corporate alliances, technology empowerment programs, national educational service centers, housing, employment opportunities, leadership programs, literacy programs, scholarships, funeral assistance, attorneys and legal assistance, health related programs, religious and spiritual support and police and safety issue programs.

Senior Services
Now called Meritan, helps seniors stay independent. It offers a variety of programs that empower the elderly including training and placement programs and information and referral services. The information and referral services includes assistance in the areas elder abuse and neglect, health services and more.

Legal Certificate Forms Assistance

Shelby County Register
The office of the Shelby County Register records: tax liens, property titles, mortgages, bankruptcy documents, deeds of gifts of estate, marriage settlements, contracts, revoked powers of attorney, real estate conveyances, armed forces discharges and hardship affidavits.

Mediation

Federal Mediation And Conciliation Service
The Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service mediates disputes where an employee representative organization is involved. The agency will also assist with labor contract negotiations that deal with labor groups and management groups. Assistance with labor contraction negotiations that deal with individuals is NOT provided.

Jewish Family Services
The Jewish Family Service provides individual and family counseling, adoption services (including child placement and home studies for international adoptions, home studies, supervision, and counseling for birth mothers), family life and parenting programs, support groups and senior services.

Pretrial Services and Probation - Citizens Dispute Center
Shelby County Division of Community Services
The Shelby County?s Division of Community Services operates the Citizen?s Dispute Program to screen minor disputes prior to obtaining a warrant in General Sessions Court. Cases are scheduled for a hearing before an impartial mediator, who assists in reaching an agreement out of court. The agreement is not legally binding. If either party fails to appear or if an agreement cannot be reached, the individual may take the complaint before a judge. In some cases, referrals are made to more appropriate agencies.

II. National Legal Associations, Organizations, Agencies

National and Specialty Legal Associations
The website, FindLaw for Legal Professionals, provides a listing of links for National and Specialty Legal Associations. These links can provide additional resources that range from general information to specialized information on specific legal topics.

Internet Legal Resource Guide - Legal Associations
This website includes links to national, as well as state and

III. State and Local Legal Associations, Organizations, Agencies

FindLaw State and Local Legal Organizations
The website, FindLaw for Legal Professionals, provides a listing of links for State and Local Legal Organizations. These links provide organizational contacts, which may be chosen by state, which can provide further information resources.

WashLaw WEB - Bar Associations and other Legal Associations
This Washburn University School of Law website provides a listing of links for Legal Institutes, Organizations and Vendors. These links can provide additional resources that range from general to specialized information.

 

Self-Help and Specialized Legal Web Pages

NOTE: The sites below contain extensive and helpful legal information, but none of the sites listed below can be used as substitutes for the personal advice that you may need from a lawyer.

Most have disclaimers stating that laws are constantly changing and that only a lawyer can provide specific advice on which you can depend.

Extensive legal information is found in the sites, and much of it is geared to the lay person, but personal advice from a lawyer may be necessary for any one doing legal research.

OnlineTennesse Justice                                                                              Provides free legal advice and counsel for low-income Tennesseans. Qualifying individuals can go on this website 3 times a year to work with an attorney on questions pertaining to civil law. The person will receive answers and ADVICE from an approved volunteer attorney.

1-888-aLEGALZ                                                                                      There is no income requirement for this one. It is a HELPLINE which is answered by an attorney. The attorney will not give advice, but will give information referal to steer the client in the right direction.

Justice For All: A Tennessee Supreme Court Initiative                                   Information on this website is for people who cannot afford a lawyer and need legal help in civil cases (cases that do not have to do with a crime), like job loss, home foreclosure, or loss of health insurance. Website includes helpful videos and links.

Legal Information for Tennesseans                                                             Site is still having information added. The focus here is low income and rural populations. It is written at the 5th grade reading level. It covers only civil issues. This site is searchable by county.

LIFT can be accessed from a computer or a smart phone. It uses responsive technology, so no app is required on a smart phone. The look will differ, but the content will be the same. Key word searches work best using single words, not multiples. It is possible to search 2 key words linked with AND or OR (all caps), but a single word search is more successful.

The Article Pages contain VERY HELPFUL information on how to represent yourself in General Sessions Court, and the links to forms are good.

For Divorce Forms, go to TNCOURTS.GOV                                                    Site includes legal forms, like divorce forms, publications, a self-help center, and links to bar associations in the state, and other legal resources.

Famous Trials
Information on some of the most famous trials in history, including the Sacco-Vanzetti trial, the Loeb-Leopold trial, the Scottsboro Boys trial, and more.

Guide to Law Online
Prepared by the U.S. Law Library of Congress Public Services Division, this is an annotated compendium of Internet links to sources of information on the law. Most of the sites provide full-texts of laws, court decisions, and regulations, as well as commentaries from legal experts.

Internet Legal Resource Guide
A categorized index of more than 4000 select legal web sites. Links to law codes and court decisions, to sites containing information about law schools, to ones providing information about lawyers and law firms, to a legal forms archive, and to much more are found here.

Introduction to the United States Legal System
The 'Lectric Law Library presents basic information, the make-up of the United States Legal System and how the Legal System works.

FindLaw Lawyer Directory
This site features detailed profiles of U.S. attorneys.  It allows searching by either legal issue or location.  There is also a helpful article on how to choose and work with an attorney.

WWW Virtual Library - Law
Legal information from a wide variety of sources is found here. You can browse by topic or kind of information you are looking for, or you can use the search box.

All Law - Forms - Key Sites
Links to sites containing all kinds of legal forms.

Findlaw for the Public
Many articles on a wide variety of legal topics, including finding and hiring lawyers, and resolving a dispute with a lawyer. Also, legal news, and links to many consumer resources.

FreeAdvice.Com
FreeAdvice.com is intended to offer the most useful, comprehensive, balanced legal information for the public. Over 100 areas of law are covered, including insurance law, business law, immigration law, employment law, and more areas. Its advisory board includes distinguished attorneys, law school deans and professors, consumer advocates, and former senior Government officials. 

Introduction to Basic Legal Citation
A part of the Cornell School of Law's legal Information Institute, this site offers information about legal citation, provides examples of legal citations, explains how to cite, offers list of abbreviations, and more.

ILRG Legal Forms Archive
This site offers a wide variety of legal forms, including buying and selling agreements, transfers and assignments, leases and tenancies, many different kinds of personal forms, and more. Many useful forms included, but please be sure to read the disclaimer done by the publishers of this page.

Legal Assistance for Older Americans
This site, from the U.S. Administration on Aging, provides legal hotlines for older Americans, directories, a Protecting the Rights of Older Americans fact sheet, and links to other legal assistance and elder law web sites.

Military Law and Legal Links
A collection of links to both general and specific military legal sources, including court-martial procedures, Judge Advocate Generals offices, international law, military courts, military commissions and tribunals, and more.

Nolo Legal Encyclopedia
Much information is found here, in lay language, on different areas of the law, including Debt and Credit, Consumer Law, Tax Problems, Wills and Estate Planning, Spouses and Partners, and more.

Understanding Your Court System: A Guide to the Judicial Branch
Provides an introduction to the Tennessee Judicial System, information on the organization of the Federal Court System, and a legal glossary. (Adobe Acrobat software is required to view this site.)


State Sources

I. Tennessee.

Tennessee Constitution
(Adobe Acrobat Software is required to view this site.)

Official Compilation, Rules and Regulations of the State of Tennessee
The Official Compilation contains all of the effective rules and regulations of the Tennessee state agencies.

Tennessee Attorney General Opinions
The text of the current written legal opinions of the Tennessee State Attorney General are found here.

Tennessee Administrative Register (T.A.R.)
The current edition of the Tennessee Administrative Register, as well as an archive of some past issues are found here. The T.A.R. is an official publication of the Tennessee Department of State and contains proposed rules, emergency rules, announcements and more.

Tennessee Code
The Tennessee Code contains the laws passed by the Tennessee General Assembly for the state of Tennessee. The statutes found in the Code are divided into titles, chapters and sections.

Tennessee Bills at the Tennessee General Assembly Site
Clicking on "Legislation" on the Tennessee General Assembly home page allows you to search for the full text of bills introduced in the Tennessee General Assembly.

Tennessee Public and Private Acts
The texts of current public and private acts of the Tennessee General Assembly are found here. Bills introduced in the General Assembly which are passed into law become public or private acts. Public acts are normally codified into the Tennessee Code and affect all citizens of the state. Private acts are laws which may affect only an individual, a locality and one or more but not all three of the three political subdivisions of the state, and they are not codified into the Tennessee Code.

II. Other States.

Findlaw: State Resources
This site allows you to click on a state and be taken to a page of links that are primary legal resources of that state, including legal codes and rules and regulations. It also provides links to individual state Attorney General home pages, to sites containing the full-text of state constitutions, and more.

Legal Information Institute – Law by Source – State
This site allows you to search for the constitutions, legal codes, rules and regulations, and other legal resources for other states. It even includes an index of state statutes by topic.

WashLaw Web – StateLaw
This Washburn School of Law site allows for a full-text search to state laws. You will also have links to the home pages of the state legislatures, where searching for individual state bills may be possible.

Administrative Code and Registers Section
This site, maintained by the National Association of Secretaries of State, provides access to the administrative rules, regulations and registers from other states.