Be careful what you send: messages aren’t necessarily encrypted, and you can’t create an attorney-client relationship simply from filling out this web form.
eTOOLKIT = TECH; RESOURCES = LAW. eToolkit is used to access (mostly) free web tools, applications, calculators, and software. RESOURCES, on the other hand, is a collection of legal tools for practitioners and clients alike. These linked resources play a large role in my Law Office’s day-to-day operations.
STATE RESOURCES are used more frequently in my office. These resources include links to:
- North Carolina General Statutes (NCGS): view entire contents online;
- North Carolina Administrative Code (NCAC): view entire contents online;
- North Carolina Register;
- Pattern Jury Instructions;
- NC Courts Calendar;
- MCSO Arrest Records, Inmate Locator, and Warrant Inquiry;
- Business Entity Search, Registered Agent Search, Incorporate online;
- Local Ordinances.
THERE IS NO REASON TO PAY FOR ACCESS ANYMORE. It’s almost shocking how much free information is now available online. I discovered so many more resources while building this site, than I had ever before used. Both Federal and State/Local Resource tabs show Case Law Tools. When I graduated Law School in 2007, to access this volume of opinions, either a Lexis or Westlaw account was required. Today, Google Scholar has made case law research as simple as it has searching for anything else.