There is now a website devoted to the Free Access to Law Movement, a collective of legal projects from various countries that aim to provide free online access to legal information such as case law and legislation.
The movement began in 1992 with the Cornell Law School Legal Information Institute. The site lists the 40 members of the movement, along with links to their individual sites. It also provides links to the Declaration on Free Access to Law in 17 languages.
The World Legal Information Institute is the umbrella project for the other LII projects.