Law Library Bankruptcy and Debt Collection http://lawguru.com/ilawlib/311.htm
a comprehensive directory of links to state and federal bankruptcy codes.
Leading bankruptcy decisions are readily accessible, as well as bankruptcy
decisions from various federal and state courts.
Legal Information Institute http://www.law.cornell.edu/topics/bankruptcy.html
site offers the full text of Title 11 of the U.S.C., as well
as Title 28 of the Code of Federal Regulations Part 58, Federal
Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and recent bankruptcy decisions. Links
to some state court decisions and rules and regulations are also provided.
Banking Institute provides a comprehensive web site with a news section
providing headlines about bankruptcy from newspapers and press releases.
There is an extensive library of bankruptcy court decisions searchable
by keyword. A section on legislative news, conferences, and a list of
attorneys certified by the American Board of Certification also is available.
The site gives you a look at what is covered in the ABI Journal;
however you have to be an ABI member to see the full-text of the journal
Bankruptcy Court – District of Massachusetts http://www.mab.uscourts.gov/
page provides information on all aspects of filing for bankruptcy in
Massachusetts, including court locations, fees, rules, requirements,
pertinent phone numbers, as well as notices of intended bankruptcy sales.
Bankruptcy Law Finder
and maintained by the law offices of Warren E. Agin, this is a good
source for the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, Circuit Court and Supreme Court
decisions. Although much of the information is geared towards consumer
bankruptcy, the site includes many links to other bankruptcy sources.