Superseded sections and features of JURIST that appeared on previous versions of the website but which still have value are archived here, as-is. Their formats and content have not been brought up to date. Some links and tickers within specific sections may no longer be functional. Archive materials are listed here in reverse chronological order.
- Forum [2002-04]
Law professors and JURIST special guests comment on legal issues in the news. For Forum
op-eds from 2004 onwards, click here
- World Law [2001-04]
JURIST's guide to law and legal systems around the world.
- Terrorism Law & Policy [2001-2002]
JURIST's post-9/11 guide to emerging terrorism law and policy issues in the US and around the world, edited by Professor Bernard Hibbitts, University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
Yahoo! Pick of the Week; USA Today Hot Site; Govspot.com Site of the Week
- Presidential Pardons 
JURIST's guide to the Clinton administration pardons scandal.
USA Today Hot Site; National Review Cool Site
- Presidential Election Law [2000-2001]
JURIST's guide to the 2000 presidential election recount. Edited by Dean Anthony Sutin, Appalachian University School of Law.
Legal Times (DC) Web of the Week
- Ab Initio - The Birth of a Law School [2000-01]
The chronicle of a new law school, by David T. Link, former Dean of the University of Notre Dame Law School and founding Dean of the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
- Video Lectures [1999-2003]
- Colloquium [1999-2000]
Featured in the New York Times "Cyberlaw Journal" column , October 1, 1999.
- Kosovo & Yugoslavia: Law in Crisis 
Featured in the New York Times' "Cyberlaw Journal" column, April 2, 1999.
- Courts & Technology [1999-2001]
JURIST court tech columnist Bradley Hillis discusses the ongoing impact of technological change on the judicial system.
- Guide to Impeachment and Censure Materials Online [1998-99]
Online guide to materials relevant to the Clinton impeachment process.
USA Today Hot Site; Los Angeles Times Times Pick; WKBW-TV Wired Hotpot. Featured in the Wall Street Journal's "Technology Journal" column, October 15, 1998.
- Lessons from the Web [1998-2003]
Law professors discuss teaching and learning with Web technology. Edited by Professor Patrick Wiseman, GSU College of Law.
- Books-on-Law [1998-2001]
The Internet's first monthly law book review service, edited by Professor David Skover, Seattle University Law School, and Ronald K.L. Collins.
Legal Online "5-star Site"; Internet Scout Report selection