With the establishment of the GeorgiaNet Authority in 1990, the Georgia Legislature laid the groundwork for an impressive Georgia presence on the Internet. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. 50-25-1 et seq., GeorgiaNet and its successor agency, the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA), have increased public access online to a wealth of public state information, including items valuable in legal research. For example, the states official portal at http://www.georgia.gov provides links to important primary sources at no cost, such as the Official Code of Georgia linked from http://www.legis.state.ga.us/htdig/search.htm Other entities are also providing access to Georgia legal information via the Internet. This paper discusses several of these resources. The material is arranged by information type.
Burnett, Anne E., "Georgia Legal Resources on the Internet" (2003). Presentations. 19.