Internet links to New Mexico government agencies, statutes, regulations, cases, etc. are posted by FindLaw and Washlaw Web. Primary legal materials are also available from Lexis, Westlaw and Loislaw. Google Scholar has free cases back to 1950; subscription sites Versuslaw and Fastcase also have cases back to 1950. New Mexico Supreme and Appellate Court cases are published in the Pacific Reporter.
You can check the status of a pending bill through the Legislature's online Bill Finder. For question about current legislation or legislative history, call the Legislative Council Service at 505-986-4600.
For questions about New Mexico legal materials, copies and/or inter-library loans, try calling the University of New Mexico Law Library (505-277-6236) and/or the New Mexico Supreme Court Library (505-827-4850).
Publications: The Bar Bulletin contains practice-related articles, rules orders, slip opinions, a calendar of meetings and workshops, and announcements.
New Mexico does not have a real legal newspaper like the New York Law Journal or the Virginia Lawyer's Weekly.
Business Entities: The Public Regulation Commission posts a database of corporations and LLCs. The New Mexico Secretary of State posts a UCC filings database, as well as a list of UCC search providers.