Online Legal Research Sources - Legal Indexes & Search Engines
Internet Search Engines
- Internet guides, search tools & web design from the Librarians' Index to the Internet.
- AllSearchEngines.com: links to major search engines, topical search engines, meta search
engines, and search engine comparisons.
Search Engine Wizard: Directs users to the most appropriate search engine to meet their needs.
- Profusion: a directory of databases and meta-search engine.
Research Search Engine (Cornell), searches law library websites for legal research guides, pathfinders,
- LawCrawler, a legal web & databases search engine from Findlaw.
- LawRunner, legal search
- Google Scholar, provides a search of scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources.
- Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia with millions of articles contributed collaboratively using Wiki software
- Bing / Yahoo, a general search engine
- Twitter Search, a real-time search tool allowing user to view what people are posting on a topic on Twitter.
- Technorati, a resource for searching blog posts.
- Search engine guide, a guide to internet search engines categorized by topic
- Metasearch engines allow searches of multiple sites at one time - Dogpile, Clusty and Mamma
- Rollyo, allows for the creation of a search engine that searches only selected websites.
- WolframAlpha, described as a finding engine, returns actual answers for your search request.
- SenseBot, a semantic search engine that generates a text summary of multiple Web pages on your search query.
- Mahalo, a human assisted web search.