The Caselaw Access Project includes over 6 million U.S. legal cases from the Harvard Law School Library. The Historical Trends tool graphs the frequency of words and phrases through time, similar to the Google Ngram Viewer.
Coverage of U.S. legal history includes documents from the Association of American Law Schools, the American Law Institute, bar journals, the Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations, state session laws, all editions of the United States Code, U.S. Attorney General Opinions, documents from Congress, the President and the U.S. Supreme Court, and Spinelli’s Law Librarian’s Reference Shelf.
Coverage of U.S. legal history includes primary sources containing constitutional conventions and compilations (reports, journals, proceedings, and debates, and supplementary documents published by the conventions including, manuals, rules of order, and information for the use of delegates); city charters (the texts of enacted and proposed charters and ordinances in American jurisdictions); law dictionaries; and early U.S. state codes.
An effort to create a single point of access to historical records, documents, and other materials such as photographs and audio and video recordings related to the Federal Reserve System and its leaders.
Guide will help you identify and locate Federal court documents within NARA's holdings. These documents are records of hearings and trials, often including exhibits offered as evidence, of Federal jurisdiction.