The End of Term Web Archive captures and saves U.S. Government websites at the end of presidential administrations. Beginning in 2008, the EOT has thus far preserved websites from administration changes in 2008, 2012 and 2016.
Scope - The End of Term Web Archive contains federal government websites (.gov, .mil, etc) in the Legislative, Executive, or Judicial branches of the government. Websites that were at risk of changing (i.e., whitehouse.gov) or disappearing altogether during government transitions were captured. Local government websites, or any other site not part of the federal government domain were out of scope. (Source: site)
Rich resource that includes historic federal and state codes and statutes, federal regulations, current state law surveys, and law reviews and journals. Available to Maine Law faculty, staff, and students.
This projects collects, digitizes, and makes accessible the freedom suits brought by enslaved families in the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia, Maryland state courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Much information included here — the names, occupations, and experiences of enslaved litigants - were largely ignored by the Supreme Court case compilers.
Trialdex indexes all federal civil and criminal instructions and annotations that have official or quasi-official status (i.e., are posted on a federal court Web site). This includes unofficial instructions from the First and Fourth Circuits. These instructions may also be browsed or full text searched. State court instruction hyperlinks are provided where available.