The news at Priweb.com is that we have acquired a true Internet treasure. We are an authorized successor publisher of the former U.S. House of Representatives Internet Law Library.
For five years, the Internet Law Library, developed and published by the United States House of Representatives Office of Law Revision Counsel, has been a key Internet legal knowledge crossroads. It is one of the handful of recognized legal super sites on the Web.
But don't take just our word for it.
Burgess Allison, noted Law Practice Management legal technology columnist and author of the acclaimed legal Internet resource, The Lawyer's Guide to the Internet, named the Internet Law Library as one of his two favorite Law-Related Starting Points on the Internet:
"The House gopher and Web servers made news [in 1994] as politicians scrambled to take credit for making the full text of pending legislation and congressional testimony available online. For me, though, the real gem of the site ... is the Law Library.... As you might guess, it's especially strong for federal legal resources, but the coverage ... extends well beyond the federal sector -- the site is comprehensive and well laid out."
CNET's Professional Advice: Legal Resources page lists the Internet Law Library first among recommended legal resource sites. In fact, nearly 20,000 web pages link to the Internet Law Library.
This premiere legal resource continues to be fully available at Priweb.com. Better yet, it is now fully searchable for the first time ever!
If you have used and relied on the Internet Law Library regularly, you recognize the familiar U.S. Capitol Building Internet Law Library logo.
On May 28, the House site ceased operations. Although the House will redirect visitors to successor sites for a time, we suggest that you
reset your links and bookmarks now to make a smooth transition.
Our address (URL) for the former House of Representatives Internet Law Library is: http://www.priweb.com/internetlawlib/.
We ask a special favor: don't just use the Internet Law Library -- send us updates, new links, and suggestions -- please!