What’s on your browser’s home page? I use a customized page that resides on my hard drive that has the following major links: case law, legislation, books (catalogues), search engines/reference tools, government, news, and international. There are also a number of frequently-accessed links, including links into library catalogues, journal indices, the commercial database login pages, the Oxford English Dictionary (via U of Toronto’s e-resources, password required), and CNN, CBC and BBC.
I imagine many lawyers make their law firm’s intranet their browser’s home page; if not, I recommend customizing your own. It is way more convenient than using “bookmarks” or “favourites”.
I find that when I am helping law student’s with legal research and they are looking at my laptop, they become interested and want a copy of my customized pages, which I am happy to share. I find that when I am on a different computer (which I am now, due to a cola spill on my Dell laptop keyboard), I am at somewhat of a loss not having the customized web page. I will post copies of the pages in due course once I get my laptop back.