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 Basic Legal Citation
 URL: http://www.law.cornell.edu/citation/citation.table.html
 [ by Peter W. Martin - Cornell Legal Information Institute - Anglais ]

 Bouvier Law Dictionary
 URL: http://www.constitution.org/bouv/bouvier.htm
 [ A Law directory by John Bouvier - 1856 ]

 Duhaime's Law Dictionary
 URL: http://www.wwlia.org/diction.htm
 [ The law in plain english! ]

 Everybody's Legal Dictionary
 URL: http://www.nolo.com/dictionary/wordindex.cfm
 [ Nolo.com - Our dictionary contains plain-English definitions for hundreds of legal terms, from the common to the bizarre. ]

 Glossary - Estate Planning Legalese at Free Advice
 URL: http://www.freeadvice.com/law/602us.htm
 [ List of legal estate planning words ]

 Latin Phrases and Words Used in English
 URL: http://depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/classics/englatin.htm
 [ Definitions from Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary - Tenth Edition)
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 law.com Law Dictionary
 URL: http://dictionary.law.com/
 [ A nice legal dictionary - The Real Life Dictionary of the Law by Gerald and Kathleen Hill ]

 Legal Lexicon Dictionary
 URL: http://www.lectlaw.com/def.htm
 [ The 'Lectric Law Library's - The Net's Best Law Dictionary with Thousands of Definitions & Explanations of Legal Terms, Phrases & Concepts - Anglais ]

 Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law
 URL: http://dictionary.findlaw.com/
 [ FindLaw - Anglais ]

 Oran's Dictionary of the Law
 URL: http://www.wld.com/conbus/orans/Welcome.asp
 [ This is a guidebook to a foreign language. The language of Law uses mostly English words, but they rarely mean what they seem. Many look like everyday English, but have technical definitions totally different from their ordinary uses. Some mean several different things, depending on the area of law or business they come from. The language of Law also contains more "leftovers" than most languages. Hundreds of Latin, Old French, Old English and obsolete words are still used in their original forms. - West Group - Anglais ]

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