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New Jersey Law Online

Question: I am a librarian with a public library in New Jersey. We currently subscribe to Westlaw: single workstation, searchable access to NJ Statutes, NJ Practice, NJ Administrative Code, NJ Forms, NJ Court Decisions and NJ Law Review articles. Customers and staff find the interface difficult to use. Do you know of any other vendors for this type of information online?

Answer: Researcher and lawyer Kathy Biehl suggests the following resources:



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