Legal Research

Legal Research

Low-Cost Research Links
Please note these legal-resource websites are not under the control of the WSBA. We welcome your comments on their usefulness to your law practice. Contact us.

Casemaker Legal Research
Powerful online research library provided free to WSBA members. To access Casemaker, go to your MyWSBA login page and login! Find the Casemaker link on the welcome page after login.

If you need information from any of the 4500 court database systems across the United States, you could search them one at a time, making your way through all kinds of outdated, confusing, and time-consuming systems .... Or you could search them all from a single user interface.

Municipal Research & Services Center of Washington
If it has to do with Washington codes, look here first.

Law Librarians' Resource Exchange
Current, high-quality content on legal topics

Subject guides to research at the Seattle U. Law Library

UW's Law Library Legal Research Guides

Cornell Law School's Legal Information Institute  

Law Library of Congress

Historical Materials
Yale University is maintaining ancient and medieval legal resources here

Admission to the Bar

The WSBA administers the bar admission process, including the bar exam, admission by motion, and limited licenses for attorneys licensed in the U.S. and abroad.

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Law Clerk Program

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Casemaker Legal Research

Free or subscription legal research for WSBA members.