A Guide to Free, Online Family Law Resources


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Several weeks ago, a Charlotte School of Law student asked about free, online resources related to family law. The list below includes websites, blogs, and listservs.

Since the Charlotte School of Law will be closed to public patrons and attorney members until we are in our new location, we thought these resources might be of particular interest. Family law is always a popular topic.

Websites

Blogs

childcustody

Listservs (Washburn University School of Law)

  • FAMILYLAWPROF-L@lists.washlaw.edu Family Law Faculty/Professors list
    • To subscribe to the discussion group, Click here
  • JUVENILELAW@lists.washlaw.edu Juvenile Law list
    • To subscribe to the discussion group, Click here
  • AALS-FAMILYLAW@uidaho.edu Unmoderated list for law professors at member schools of the AALS
  • CHILD-COURT@abanet.org Forum to discuss efforts to improve the court process for child abuse and neglect proceedings and related cases; includes discussion of the federally-funded Court National Improvement Initiative; subscription upon approval by moderator
  • FAMILYLAW@uidaho.edu Moderated discussion group for individuals working in the field of family law, including law professors, lawyers, social workers, psychologists, counselors, and other professionals; “closed” list – subscriptions subject to approval by listowner
    • For subscription, send the following message to majordomo@uidaho.edusubscribe familylaw [your e-mail address]
  • LAW-FAMILY@mailbase.ac.uk UK-based Family Law List

Google Books

Google books can be used to find topical books related to family law. Often entire volumes are available.  An example of the relevant material available through Google Books include:

Your Favorite!

We hope you found this guide helpful. Do you have a favorite free, online resource related to family law? Please let us know in the comments section.

~Betty Thomas~

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