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This State Guide lists the major sources of law in this state.
STATUTES & LEGISLATION
- Lexis: Browse Sources > AL - Alabama Constitution
- Bloomberg Law: Alabama Constitution
Statutes & Code
- Print: Code of Alabama (official) KFA30 1975 .A24 (Print subscription cancelled in 2012).
- Internet: Code of Alabama (Alabama Legislature)
- Session Laws:
- Alabama Legislative Information System (index of legislation and enrolled acts, 2000 to present; also includes links to committee schedules and some committee reports, and audio from floor debates)
- Alabama State Legislature:
- History of the Constitutional Convention of 1901 (including proceedings, enabling instrument, etc.)
- Legislative Process (Alabama State Legislature)
- Alabama Legislative History (Alabama State Legislature)
REGULATIONS & AGENCIES
- Print: Alabama Administrative Code KFA35 1984 .A2 (Subscription cancelled. Last updated in 2008)
- Governor's Office :
- Alabama State Agencies
- Attorney General Opinions:
CASES & COURTS
- Internet: Findlaw (unofficial, January 1997- )
- Judicial System :
- Alabama's Legal Information Center (Alalinc) (Subscription based service for Appellate Court Opinions; not available through GU Law Library)
- Alabama Rules of Court
- Alabama Rules Changes
STATE LAW REVIEWS & BAR JOURNALS
- Alabama Law Review
- Alabama Lawyer:
Links updated 06/2014 (ET)
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