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Administrative Codes

  • U.S. States and Territories. From the Law Library of Congress. A free site providing links to constitutions, statutes, cases, regulations, and other information from each of the 50 states.
  • LexisNexis Available from anywhere to members of the NU School of Law community provides access to the administrative codes of 39 states and Puerto Rico.
  • LexisNexis Available from anywhere to members of the NU School of Law community (STADMN) also provides for simultaneous searching of the administrative codes of 35 states and the District of Columbia.
  • Westlaw: State Administrative Code Multibase Available from anywhere to members of the NU School of Law community (ADC-ACAD). Simultaneously search the administrative codes of all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
  • Westlaw Available from anywhere to members of the NU School of Law community also provides searching of the administrative codes of 43 states and Puerto Rico (XX-ADC, where "XX" is the two-letter postal code for the state).

Registers

  • LexisNexis Available from anywhere to members of the NU School of Law community provides access to the administrative registers of 31 states.
  • Westlaw Available from anywhere to members of the NU School of Law community has the administrative registers of Delaware (DE-ADR), District of Columbia (DC-ADR), Illinois (IL-ADR), Louisiana (LA-ADR), New Jersey (NJ-ADR), North Carolina (NC-ADR), Pennsylvania (PA-ADR), and Texas (TX-ADR). Coverage varies; the most comprehensive (Texas) dates back to Oct. 1989.
  • U.S. States and Territories. From the Law Library of Congress. A free site providing links to the administrative registers of a number of states
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