Federal Law

Here you will find online resources to help you learn more about the law of the land, including how laws are made.

U.S. Code

Searchable U.S. Code from the U.S. House of Representatives. Read the 'About Database' file to determine the date of the last update.

U.S. Code

Another searchable U.S. Code from the Cornell Law School site. Provides links to search for updates to particular sections.

How Our Laws are Made

Electronic version of a booklet designed to help the American people better understand how legislation is enacted by Congress. Prepared by the Parliamentarian of the House of Representatives.

U.S. Supreme Court

Includes public information, calendars and links to oral argument transcripts.

Supreme Court Collection

Search for citations to Supreme Court decisions from 1990 forward. Also includes selected pre-1990 decisions.

United States Courts for the Ninth Circuit

Opinions and other information from the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. A keyword search engine is available on the site.