This website, sponsored by the Administrative Office of the Courts for the state of Tennessee, provides Tennessee divorce forms for married couples without minor children. The state also has other stipulations under the link called “Instructions to Divorce Forms”. These forms are legally sufficient for use in Tennessee courts only. The forms include Request for Divorce, Divorce Agreement, Final Decree of Divorce, Restraining Order for Divorcing Spouses, and others. The forms are available in regular PDF format and also in fillable PDF format. For the fillable PDF format, litigants can fill in the forms online and then print them off.
PreCYdent is a searchable open law source. It is currently in beta testing, but does cover US Supreme Court cases and US Appeals cases. According to the site, they plan to expand to add state cases and statuatory materials in the future. This source might be useful for those who are seeking case law.
Designed for teachers, this site contains excellent resources covering some of the nation’s most well-known Supreme Court cases. For each high profile decision, there are links to additional resources, court opinion texts and activities for students. Links to information on particular judicial concepts (judicial review, due process, etc.) are also available.
This is an online depository of federal case law, with decisions dating back to 1754. This is a fairly new resource, so be patient. It will certainly become more user-friendly in the future. Currently, opinions can be accessed by date and citation, although as it grows its functionality should improve.
This site from the Cornell University Law School breaks the US Constitution down, clause by clause, and gives explanation and interpretation.
From the Yale University Law School, this site provides Supreme Court records and briefs. It offers a search engine and an index which ranks the most commonly cited and most frequently viewed cases.
Offers all opinions on decisions handed down since 1992, as well as some previous decisions of historical significance.