This category is intended for providers of free legal information.
To qualify for inclusion in this category, sites must satisfy both of the following conditions:
(1) Contain unique content -
Sites must offer a significant quantity of unique, free online information.
Sites must provide original content in addition to any HTML forms.
(2) Clearly identify the official name of the business they are sponsored by -
For "Brick and Mortar" businesses: Your official name is the name you use on the storefront of your business.
Online Enterprises: If you operate multiple sites under different "business names", the official name provided in accordance with this policy should be the name of the sponsor or parent organization.
CAUTION Sites that attempt to bypass (2), whether by obscuring / falsifying contact information and business names, or by any other method, risk having any other sites sponsored by this business that are currently indexed in the directory being removed, and all future submissions of sites with the same sponsor being rejected.
Administrative law covers those areas of law administered by administrative agencies, such as governmental and municipal organizations. These organizations issue regulations, usually to provide guidance, procedure, and enforcement mechanisms for statutes they are authorized to enforce. The range of administrative regulation is very broad.
Enforcement of administrative laws is often done through administrative courts. Some administrative courts allow non-lawyers to provide legal representation to litigants.