Increase your knowledge of an area of legal study by completing the lessons online or downloading them and completing them on your computer.
CA court website provides an open access search of published appellate and supreme court case law. Unpublished opinions are available for 60 days.
County, city, school district & ballot measure election results.
The California Law Revision Commission is an independent state agency created by statute in 1953. It assists the Legislature and Governor by examining California law and recommending needed reforms, providing relevant studies and reports.
This site contains legislation from the 1993-1994 Regular Session of the Legislature to the current time. Information on older legislation may be obtained by contacting the State Law Library at 916-654-0185.
This site lists and describes sessions of the California Legislature from 1849 - 2005More Information
California State Publications (CSP) is a monthly listing of official publications received by the State Library from California governmental agencies. Each issue includes three parts: an introductory section, a register (consisting of the catalog records produced for new state publications for that month), and an index.
Access to Federal documents, California and 27 other state primary and secondary source materials, and legal forms.
Casetext provides free legal research and publishing so you can search state and federal cases, statutes, and regulations, for free, annotated by insights from the country’s leading attorneys, law firms, and academics.More Information
OnLaw provides electronic access to California law practice areas for titles of CEB's treatises and forms.
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You must be using a Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer browser. RIA Checkpoint provides access to tax and accounting topics such as: Federal Tax;
State & Local Tax; International Tax; Accounting, Auditing, and Corporate Finance; Estate Planning; Payroll; Pension and Benefits. check point
The American Bar Association is one of the world’s largest voluntary professional organizations, with nearly 400,000 members and more than 3,500 entities.
In 1995, the Library of Congress launched a portal to make federal legislative information freely available to the public. Materials found in the old system have been relocated to CONGRESS.gov to provide access to U.S. federal government: Bills, Resolutions Activity in Congress, Congressional Record Schedules, Calendars, Committee Information, Presidential Nominations, Treaties, and other Government Resources.
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Publications generated by the U.S. Congress and accessed via ProQuest, including: CIS Legislative Histories, 1969-present; House & Senate Reports, 1817-present; House & Senate Hearings, 1824-present; Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports, 1916-present; House & Senate Documents, 1817-present, and Committee Prints & Miscellaneous Publications, 1830-present; Executive Reports, 1843-present, & Executive Documents, 1825-1980; Serial Set, 1789-present. Keywords: legislative history, proquestMore Information
NCLC publishes a 18-volume manual series that details state legislation and case law in all 50 states, with analysis of federal laws, regulations, cases, agency interpretations, and letters. All manuals come with access to a companion website and are revised or supplemented every year.More Information
To view CILP files, you must obtain the LRC login & password before accessing CILP directly. CILP is a weekly index of legal periodicals arranged by subject headings. The listing is also cross-indexed by publication title. current law index
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