The Law Collection is an integral part of the Interior Library. It consists of United States Reports; Federal and regional reporters, selected state, territorial, and tribal codes; legal treatises; Interior legal and administrative material; legislative history materials; and legal periodicals. Particular emphasis is on material pertaining to the environment, Native Americans, and administrative law. These legal research tools are available in print, microform and CD-ROM.
Reference librarians, including a Law Librarian, are available to assist with legal research and to explain library policies.
Each week the Library staff prepares a list of Federal Register items of interest to the Department of the Interior. If you have any questions or wish to receive full-text copies of any of the items on this list, please contact the Interior Library by phone at (202) 208-5815.
|Weekly Federal Register Notices|
|Legal Encyclopedias||The Judiciary: Courts and Case Law|
|Federal Statutes and Regulations||Federal Legislative History Research|
|Executive Documents||Shepard's Citators|
|Department of the Interior Administrative Decisions and Policies||Legal Information Sources on the Internet|
U.S. Department of the Interior employees may use eleven database services to discover and obtain Congressional, Executive, and Judicial documents, as well as articles from law reviews, journals, conference proceedings, magazines, newsletters, and newspapers. Many of these services include coverage of law.
Please contact a Librarian about access to Lexis or Westlaw.
ProQuest Congressional Collections
ProQuest Legislative Insight, Part B (1789-1960)
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Digital Library
U.S. Congressional Serial Set
EbscoHost (Legal Collection)