LARCC produces informational pamphlets on a variety of legal topics including tenant’s rights, family law, senior issues, public assistance programs. Low-income individuals and families can also find information on how to get free legal assistance.
Connecticut General Statutes
Browse Connecticut Statutes by chapter, or search by number, title, or text keyword.
Connecticut Legal Forms: Judicial Branch
Link here for free civil forms, family forms, grievance forms, and more.
Legal Forms: Commercial Forms
Link here for free forms used by businesses.
Connecticut Judicial Home Page
This site provides a wealth of information. Look up pending or active court cases, find out what jury duty entails, or find answer to frequently asked legal questions.
Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Libraries
This site offers research guides, self-help materials, and links to dozens of state and federal legal resources. Original materials include Connecticut legal bibliographies and pathfinders, particularly on family law.
Law By Subject
Links to resources available on a variety of legal subjects arranged alphabetically and compiled by the Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Libraries.
Connecticut Bar Association
Locate a lawyer by area of specialization, and find out what questions you need to ask before selecting an attorney.
Connecticut Network for Legal
Connecticut’s Legal Aid programs worked together and created this web site to help people with very limited income find help for their legal problems and try to answer their questions.
and Legal Assistance
A directory of Legal Aid and legal assistance clinics throught Connecticut compiled by the Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Libraries.
Civil Liberties Union
An affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, the CCLU works to assure that the Bill of Rights and the rights guaranteed by the Connecticut Constitution are preserved.
Congress Internet Resources Page
Directory of Guide to United States Law, an annotated bibliography with hyperlinks to publications, information guides or lists relating to U.S. law including “American Indian Tribes”, International and multinational legal sources, NAFTA and WTO.
National Board of Legal Specialty
NBLSC is an American Bar Association accredited organization providing Board Certification for lawyers. Its website is a resource where you can find a Board Certified lawyer to represent you and your legal case.
A service of Washburn University Law School, this outstanding resources provides a portal to numerous legal resources on the web. Information is arranged alphabetically, by subject, and by geographic location. All links on the main WashLaw Web menu are maintained by full-time staff members, with sites being added on a daily basis.
Legal Information Institute
-A nonprofit activity of Cornell Law School, the Institute provides
brief summaries of law topics, with links to key primary source
material and other Internet resources.
FindLaw Internet Legal Resources
Links to federal, state and international legal materials. Features a free searchable database of U.S. Supreme Court cases from 1893
Everyday law for everyday people. Nolo offers a comprehensive guide to the law, without the legalese, for individuals that want to have better understanding of complex legal issues.
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