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Archives of Internet Materials
Cached Pages enables you to easily access the most recent Google cache for a given URL.
CyberCemetery (U. of N. Texas Libraries)
The CyberCemetery is an archive of government Web sites that have ceased operation (usually Web sites of defunct government agencies and commissions that have issued a final report). This collection features a variety of topics indicative of the broad nature of government information. In particular, this collection features websites that cover topics supporting the university’s curriculum and particular program strengths.
End of Term Web Archive
The End of Term Web Archive captures and saves U.S. Government Web sites at the end of presidential administrations. Beginning in 2008, the EOT has thus far preserved Web sites from administration changes in 2008 and 2012, and is currently preparing for the 2016 electoral season.
Internet Archive: Wayback Machine
The Internet Archive (IA) began archiving the Internet in 1996. Currently, the IA has archived approximately 300 billion Web pages. In addition to archiving Web sites, the IA includes large collections of digitized books, audio recordings, videos, images, and software.
Library of Congress Legal Blawgs Web Archive
This is a selective collection of authoritative sites (associated with American Bar Association approved law schools, research institutes, think tanks, and other expertise-based organizations) that contain unique, born digital content. These blogs contain journal-style entries, articles and essays, discussions, and comments on emerging legal issues, national and international.
Library of Congress Legislative Branch Web Archive
The Legislative Branch Web Archive includes a variety of Web sites created by Congressional groups and agencies that fall within the legislative branch. This includes Web sites created by Congress for specific topics or bills, Web sites for congressional groups including majority and minority offices, Architect of the Capitol, Government Publishing Office and the Library of Congress. While some Library of Congress sites are included, additional Library of Congress Web site archives will be released at a future date in their own collection.
Library of Congress Web Archive
The Library of Congress Web Archive is a collection of archived websites grouped by theme, event, or subject area.
The RECAP Archive is a searchable collection of millions of PACER documents and dockets.
Federal Court Internet Citation Archives
Perma.cc is a tool that allows legal scholars and courts to create archived versions of web sites. Individuals can also create a Perma.cc account. Individuals can archive up to 10 sites per month.
Page Vault is a subscription service, which allows users to capture web based information. NSBA members are eligible for a discount on the "Page Vault on Demand" service.
Permanent Public Access to Online Legal Documents
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Govinfo is a service of the United States Government Publishing Office (GPO). It provides free public access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government, including the Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, GAO reports, United States Code, Congressional Record, and Congressional Bills.
Access Information: Free access.
Uniform Electronic Legal Materials Act (UELMA)
UELMA was drafted by the Uniform Law Commission in 2011 to address issues that arise when states adopt official electronic legal material. UELMA requires that official electronic legal material be: (1) authenticated, by providing a method to determine that it is unaltered; (2) preserved, either in electronic or print form; and (3) accessible, for use by the public on a permanent basis.