Eagle-i Internet Portal for Law

Eagle-i was developed by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies. The portal covers UK, European, Foreign, Comparative and International Law. You can refine your searches by filtering via country, resource type, or organisation. This is a free resource.


Infolaw is a British-based gateway created and managed by Nick Holmes, a legal publishing consultant. Listings are available to view by subject and country, legislation and case law, government and court sites, civil and family procedure updates, and chambers and law firm sites. The content and features of Lawfinder are available to access via free registration, however, other materials such as forms and precedents require a subscription.


LawBore is the portal of The City Law School and was created by Emily Allbon to assist undergraduate law students with their studies. The site will be of great use to City Law School students but will be of value to individuals interested in aspects of law. This is a free resource.


Lawlinks is run by the Library of the University of Kent in order to help students and others in search of legal sources on the internet. Their about section recommends commencing with the "Signposts" section, short annotated links to free sites for legal research. Kent students can access their Electronic Law Library but other individuals are welcome to look to see what is available. This is a free resource.

Venables Legal Resources

Venables Legal Resources was created by Delia Venables, an IT consultant in1995. It is now maintained by legal publishing consultant Nick Holmes, creator of InfoLaw. The site provides extensive links to legal resources which pertain to legal matters in the UK and Ireland. It is sectioned by groups: Individuals, Businesses and Lawyers. This is a free resource.

Diversity in Libraries of the North (DILON)

DILON is a collective consisting of BAME/POC/non-white library and information professionals. You can find their manifesto on their ‘About Us’ section. Membership is available by filling out a membership form in which you will be added to their mailing lists. Members are encouraged to write blog posts, attend meet-ups, plan events, speak at conferences and share experiences. It is a safe space for members who meet their criteria and for members who do not. Their twitter handle is @libdiverse.

RIPS Law Librarian Blog

The RIPS Law Librarian blog is published by the Research, Instruction, and Patron Services Special Interest Section (RIPS-SIS) of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL). The blog features regular posts from the blog editor and contributors, as well as guest posts from RIPS-SIS members (which are strongly encouraged).