Center for Agriculture and Food Systems - specific resources for farming and agriculture, from Vermont Law School.
Vermont Legal Research for Non-Lawyers - an overview of the legal research process and different types of legal sources and documents, for public librarians and laypeople.
Vermont Legal Research Guide - resources for finding current and historic Vermont constitutions, laws, rules, and case law.
Vermont State Legislature - drafts of legislation, reports, and legislator contact information.
Vermont Statutes Online - current laws of Vermont.
Vermont Judiciary - Information for attorneys, self-represented litigants, and jurors.
Court Forms - Frequently used forms for court procedures.
Self-Help Center - Lawyer referral, court locations, and information about common legal tasks.
Findlaw for Legal Professionals - State and Federal cases and codes, and information for attorneys and law firm staff.
Law Library of Congress - Legal research guides, Federal court records and briefs, law reviews and other periodicals.
United States Congress - Current activities of Congress, public laws, U.S. Code, and appropriations.
U.S. Government Information - Congressional bills, calendars, and agendas; budgets, committee reports, hearings, etc.
CLIC legal self-help collection - Browse books on a wide range of legal topics, which you can request to borrow on behalf of your patron. Librarians can contact email@example.com to request an inter-library loan, or copies of specific chapters or forms.
Cornell Law School's Legal Information Institute - Guides to legal research, lawyer directory, and legal encyclopedia.
Google Scholar - search journal articles and case law.
CLIC provides access to legal databases so that your patrons can conduct their own legal research.
Fastcase - Cases, statutes, and more. Sign up for a free 7-day trial of Fastcase.
Westlaw - Cases, statutes, legal analysis, and more. Set up a limited trial with Westlaw.
HeinOnline - Historic Vermont statutes, specialized legal databases, and topical legal resources. Available via screen sharing during a virtual reference appointment. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment with a librarian.