Self-Help Legal Research Guide: Regional, National, & Subject
This guide is designed to help non-lawyers navigate the Missouri legal system & offers tips on how to conduct legal research, explains Alternative Dispute Resolution, and offers resources on how to find an attorney.
(8th Circuit Court Library) Includes links to general sites and Federal law resources, state law resources (for the states in the Eighth Circuit, which includes Missouri), and publishers, publications and book resources.
HALT is a nonprofit organization "dedicated to the principle that all Americans should be able to handle their legal affairs simply, affordably and equitably." Its Legal Information Clearinghouse provides free information and resources including self-help books, guides and brochures and links to other Web sites.
This publisher of self help law books provides free online guides for various legal issues in the areas of business and human resources; patents, copyright and art; wills and estate planning; property and money; family law and immigration; and rights and disputes.
(American Bar Association Division for Public Education) Information about legal rights and how the law affects everyday situations in the topical areas of: real estate, auto/vehicle, personal finance, family law, workplace law, health care law, working with lawyers, and consumer/tech law.
The Legal Workshop
This site provides plain language summaries of articles (written for a generalist audience) published by member journals. New content is posted every Monday and most Wednesdays and Fridays.