Confronted with the need to find a nugget of information, Internet users fall into two camps: There are seekers, and there are retrievers — and little room for compromise. For seekers, it’s not enough to find the Hellenic law portal of the moment. Part of the fun is in the act of finding, the loopy process of clicking down dead-end trails before happening upon the killer Web site.

Retrievers don’t want an adventure. They want an answer. They put their trust in the Dewey decimal system, AAA drive maps and Yahoo! With its neat taxonomy of the World Wide Web, Yahoo! appeals to the order and organization that retrievers desire. By nature, most lawyers are probably retrievers. It is for them that The National Law Journal offers this compilation of the best legal Web sites, broken down by category.

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