LLRX.com, the Law Library Resource Xchange, was launched in 1996. This webzine, now published monthly, continues to provide free cutting-edge articles about legal research, legal technology and related topics. Its archives are extremely valuable. I frequently direct people to its Court Rules, Forms and Dockets page, a great place for a first look at the procedures in an unfamiliar jurisdiction. Its regular columns are often "must read" resources. Its research guides can be enormously valuable when you need them. For an example, see this guide to researching Australian law. I’ve previously linked from this weblog to great articles on LLRX.com and no doubt will again, so LLRX.com is my Website of the Week.