Entries from HEALTH LAW SECTION BLOG tagged with 'legal resources'

Case Law in Your Web Browser

Over at the New York Civil Law blog Matt Lerner gives a rundown of the New York Law Bureau's new RSS service, which allows subscribers to keep track of new cases reported out of the higher New York courts. Take...

BIOTECH ARCHIVE INDEX OF WEBLINKS PER POSTING 7/13/08 TO 7/14/09

Here is a second document for archives purposes which I also hope will be helpful. This index shows the weblinks visited and referenced via the Supra weblink per posting for this last year of biotech posts. BIOTECH ARCHIVE INDEX OF...

BIOTECH ARCHIVE INDEX FOR POSTINGS 7/13/08-7/14/09

For the biotech part of Supra, I'd hoped to develop a reference tool in part. At Year #2 for biotech postings, continued here and in the following post are 2 dox for archive purposes. Read below the fold for the--...

PublicMarkup.org, an ongoing experiment in preparing legislation more inclusively

New York's Senate 'Legislation Markup' (1) allows the public to comment on legislation that is under consideration. It is the virtual version of a session where legislative committees amend bill texts similar to the Federal site, www.publicmarkup.org.The Elections Committee...

PLoL Offers Free Case Law Online

The March 18 New York Law Journal carried a short piece on a new website, the Public Library of Law (PLoL for short), which purports to be the largest collection of free case law anywhere. Here's a rip from their...

Unofficial Searchable NYCRR Now Available Online

Through a partnership with Westlaw, the NYCRR is now available online at the Department of State's website. DOS advises that: [t]his initial release of the online NYCRR does not yet include a table of contents. To find desired text, visitors...

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