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Colorado Law Project
Premiere online gateway to Colorado’s legal information and resources for use by the general public.
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We offer free public access to certain federal government information resources.
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Offers the full text of state regulations. Also contains specialized legal treatises in the areas of construction, estate planning, family, real estate, bankruptcy and evidence.
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Free access to select Westlaw and WestlawNext databases is provided on two public computers on the 3rd level. Available databases include state and federal case law and statutes, Am Jur publications (e.g., Am Jur2d, Am Jur Legal Forms), and the Colorado Practice Series.
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Please Note: Although Reference Librarians can assist you in the use of library material, they cannot interpret statutes or court decisions, draw legal conclusions, or give legal advice.