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ABA's List of Free Library Databases by State

Kudos to the ABA for compiling a list of state public Library Databases.

Many public libraries now offer extensive database collections free to their patrons. For most libraries these databases can be accessed from a remote computer with a library card ID number. Which means research can be conducted at home or at the office utilizing these powerful resources. Check with your local library and see if a library card combined with free database access can supplement your law practice.

I noticed that the Milwaukee Public Library's wonderful collection of databases were not included, so I emailed the ABA with an update. I encourage others to do the same for other public library databases which should appear on this list.