The American Bar Association is the accrediting board for lawyers and law schools in the US. Its Web site offers informational resources on legal issues.
The American Society for Pharmacy Law is an organization of pharmacists, lawyers, pharmacist-lawyers, students, and other people interested in pharmacy law. The Society provides resources for professionals involved in crime scene investigation.
The American Society of Law, Medicine, & Ethics promotes the exchange of information between lawyers, scientists, and medical professionals. The Web site offers a wealth of information on forensics-related topics, and has links to medicolegal websites.
The U.S. Department of Justice, headed by the U.S. Attorney General, oversees all legal cases that the U.S. has an interest in, and sets government crime-detection, legal, and law enforcement standards. The Web site contains links to various agencies, as well as links to Web sites with legal and crime detection information.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency leads the U.S. environmental-science research, education, and assessment efforts. The Web site provides information and links to Web pages that feature information about environmental hazards that forensics scientists encounter in their work.
The Expert Witness Institute is a UK-based organization that provides support to expert witnesses and law professionals. This Web site has links to Web pages with information on British law enforcement and the British legal system.
The National Institute of Justice is a U.S. Department of Justice agency that conducts and funds research on crime control and justice issues, and promotes crime-control training and education.