ELIPS: Electronic Library of Interior Policies
This source contains links to Secretary's Orders, Departmental Manual chapters, and Bulletins/Memoranda
Bureau of Land Management
Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Bureau of Reclamation
Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement
Fish and Wildlife Service
The office provides access to these decisions:
A and M Decisions (1920-1970)
Copps Mineral and Public Land Laws (1881, 1890)
Digest of Grazing Decisions (1993-2001)
Director's Decisions (1996 to the present)
Hearings Division (Selected, 2000 to the present)
IBIA Decisions (1970 to the present)
IBLA Decisions (1970 to the present)
Land Decisions (1881-1929) and Interior Decisions (1930-1994)
Solicitor's Opinions (1993 to the present)
National Park Service
Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement
Office of the Solicitor
See the Library's guide on Native Americans, Legal Sources
The American Presidency Project
The archives contain over 100,000 documents related to the study of the Presidency, from 1789 to the present
Codification of Presidential Proclamations and Executive Orders from April 13, 1945 through January 20, 1989
Disposition Tables, January 8, 1937 to the present (Office of Federal Register)
Office of Management and Budget
with links to Bulletins, Circulars, and Memoranda
Statements of Administration Policy on Non-Appropriations and Appropriations Bills
Published by the Office of Management and Budget
Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States
From the Reagan administration to the present
Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents
formerly the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents; 1993 to the present
Constitution of the United States
National Archives and Records Administration
Federal Law Collection
Provided by the Legal Information Institute, Cornell University Law School
Findlaw's Cases and Codes
Contains resources and links for both state and federal laws.
The Oyez Project
Multimedia, devoted to the Supreme Court
Provided weekly by the U.S. Senate Library while Congress is in session
Congress.gov, the successor to THOMAS.gov, is a collaborative effort by the Library of Congress, Senate, House of Representatives, and the Government Publishing Office. Researchers can now search across all of the content in the system, refine their results, quickly see the status of a bill on a timeline, and view the new Member pages with sponsored and co-sponsored legislation. Additionally, the system is designed to dynamically fit any size screen used: mobile, notebook, and/or computer.
An electronic rulemaking repository, enabling Departments and Agencies to post all rulemaking documents for public access and comment
Rules of the U.S. House of Representatives
Maintained by the Rules Committee of the House of Representatives
Rules of the U.S. Senate
Maintained by the Rules Committee of the Senate
The Budget Process
Links to CRS reports on the budget process. Some have been updated.
Compiled and provided by the U.S. Department of Justice Library
Legislative Histories of Selected U.S. Laws on the Internet: Free Sources
Compiled by the Law Librarians' Society of Washington, D.C.
Findlaw's Cases and Codes
US State Laws - Cases, Codes, Statutes and Regulations
State Law, Government and Legislative Information
WashLaw WEB, produced by Washburn University School of Law
Municipal Code Online Library
Produced by the Municipal Code Corporation
Cities on the Internet
Produced by MultiState Associates
Legal news and information
Legal Blawgs: Archived Web Sites
The Law Library of Congress began harvesting blawgs in 2007. The collection has grown to more than one hundred items covering a broad cross section of legal topics.
ECOLEX is a database providing the most comprehensive, global source of information on environmental law. ECOLEX is operated jointly by FAO, IUCN and UNEP.
Cases, codes, law schools, journals, CLE, etc.
Guide to Law Online
Provided by the Law Library of Congress
Provides free case law, codes, regulations, legal articles and legal blog databases, as well as community resources.
Legal Information Institute
Constitutions, codes, court opinions, from the Cornell Law School
Legal Research in a Nutshell
Links and images to accompany Morris L. Cohen & Kent C. Olson, Legal Research in a Nutshell (West, 11th ed. 2013). This site is maintained by the University of Virginia Law Library.
Legislative Explorer: Data Driven Discovery
An aid to observing large scale patterns and trends in Congressional lawmaking, produced by the University of Washington's Center for American Politics and Public Policy and the design firm Schema
Produced by the Law Librarians' Society of Washington, D.C. Includes a section of Selected Congressional Research Service Reports on Congress and Its Procedures, with links to all major sources of CRS reports.
Public Library of Law
Created by Fastcase, PLoL includes cases from the U.S. Supreme Court and Courts of Appeals, cases from all 50 states back to 1997, Federal statutory law and codes from all 50 states, Regulations, court rules, constitutions, and more. PLoL also includes free links to paid content on Fastcase.
State Legislative History Research Guides on the Web
Provided by the Law Library at the Indiana University School of Law Library—Bloomington
World Treaty Index
Originally developed at the University of Washington, the electronic index is now maintained at the University of Michigan.