Law.com named us as "Best Legal Reference Website" in an article on best legal websites May, 2000.
The Legal Information Institute is one of the "ten must-not-miss" sites on the net according to Internet Law Researcher.
Searchercalls the Legal Information Institute "the research tool of choice to find the text of laws."
The Internet Lawyer lists this site as "well known by most Internet Lawyers as a terrific resource" and "very comprehensive."
The Legal Information Institute is, not only one, but two of LefLaw's Top 40 Internet Law sites.
Cyber-hound: "a Class-A source of legal information."
...As an Education Site
StudyWeb has listed us as one of the best educational resources on the Web.
The people at Suite 101 ranked our site among their Top 5 Percent of educational sites on the net.
Academic Info has named us as a "Start With" site on the Law & Legal Resources Page for college students.
We've been reviewed by the Scout Report and named a Scout Report Selection.
...As a Business Site
The editors of the Dow Jones Business Directory include the LII as a "Select Site." About us they say: "[A]bsolutely one of the pre-eminent resources for legal information on the World Wide Web."
About our site the Corporate Legal Times says: "Prior to the notion of web portals or vortals, the Legal Information Institute (LII) was breaking new ground by providing organized access to everything law-related on the web. Two years ago, that task wasn't easy. Today it's exponentially more difficult."
ISI reviewed our site and found it lived up to their standards of authority, accuracy, and currency.
According to About.com, we ranked among the "Best of the Net." (March 2000)
In May 2000 this site was given the Web Feet Seal of Approval for being an "outstanding site in its subject area."
"The only way I could get the information I needed as a disabled person was to have access to the US Code via online. You were there." An undergraduate student, Arkansas
"The [Supreme Court] rarely issues decisions that bear directly on my practice. . . . The [LII Supreme Court] bulletin allows me to scan the Court's work and follow up on those cases that are relevant or interesting. It's important to me as a citizen, maybe more so than a lawyer." Private attorney, Wisconsin
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