LLSDC's Legislative Source Book


Research Guides and Explanations

Resource Lists and Links

Tables of Information

  • U.S. Code Tables, 2020 (current links to Office of the Law Revision Counsel & others)

Other Legislative Publications


The Legislative Source Book is a project of LLSDC's Legislative Research Special Interest Section. It was first begun as a printed spiral-bound book in 1992 and was launched as an Internet product in the year 2000 (see the Internet Archive or the Library of Congress collection of Archived Web Sites from 2010 as well as a PERMA.CC capture in 2016). We welcome suggested additions, corrections and updates. Members of the Source Book Subcommittee include Tomasz Kolodziej (Chair), Legislative Analyst, Hogan Lovells US LLP; Rick McKinney, retired Federal law librarian; Ellen Sweet, Legislative Reference Specialist, Tax Division, U.S. Department of Justice; Jeffrey Bird, Legislative Librarian, Latham & Watkins, LLP; Sue Ann Orsini, Legislative Research Librarian, Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson, LLP; and Susan Pries, Director of Library and Research Services, VanNess Feldman LLP; all of Washington, D.C.

Please email your questions or comments to the Legislative SIS.

Last updated on August 1, 2023.