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Zimmerman's Research Guide


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Philadelphia

Phila.gov posts contact information and Web sites for the Philadelphia the city council, government agencies and courts. American Legal Publishers posts a free version of the Philadelphia Code and Charter. Links to more Philadelphia legal sites are posted by the Jenkins Law Library, as well as a tutorial on the legislative history of the Philadelphia Code.

The City of Philadelphia website posts Executive Orders back to 1952.

The Board of Ethics posts Board Opinions back to 2006.

The Jenkins Law Library posts Philadelphia City Solicitor Opinions issued from 1952 to 2007 (membership required for database; otherwise, call Jenkins to order copies).

Philadelphia's leading legal newspaper is The Legal Intelligencer.

The Philadelphia Business Journal ranks the largest law firms in the Philadelphia area.


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