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List of sources of law in the United States

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Subject: American Association of Law Libraries, List of United States federal legislation, Lists of United States Supreme Court cases, United States law, List of United States courts of appeals cases
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List of sources of law in the United States



Contents

  • Federal 1
    • Statutes 1.1
    • Administrative regulations 1.2
    • Court precedents 1.3
    • States 1.4
      • Generally 1.4.1
        • Court precedents 1.4.1.1
        • Statutes 1.4.1.2
        • Regulations 1.4.1.3
        • Local Codes and Ordinances 1.4.1.4
  • Secondary sources 2
  • See also 3

Federal

Statutes

  • List of United States federal legislation
  • Acts listed by popular name, via Cornell University
  • United States Statutes at Large
    • Volumes 1 through 18, 1789-1875, via Library of Congress
  • Public Laws (PL)
    • Current Congress only, via the U.S. Government Printing Office
    • 104th Congress through current Congress, via the U.S. Government Printing Office
  • United States Code (USC)
    • U.S. Code, via Cornell University
    • U.S. Code, via the U.S. Government Printing Office
    • U.S. Code, via FindLaw.com
    • U.S. Code via house.gov
    • U.S. Code, via USCodeSurf.com

Administrative regulations

Court precedents

States

Generally

Court precedents
Statutes
  • Findlaw State Government page
Regulations
  • List of State Administrative Codes and Registers from the National Association of Secretaries of State
Local Codes and Ordinances
  • American Legal Publishing's Code Library
  • E-Codes from the General Code Corporation
  • Municipal Code Corporation's Online Library

Secondary sources

See also

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