This State Guide lists the major sources of law in Wyoming.
STATUTES & LEGISLATION
- Lexis Advance > Browse Sources > Search Sources > Wyoming Constitution
- Constitution of the State of Wyoming (includes all Amendments through November 14, 2012)
- Wyoming Constitution (Wyoming Legislative Service Office)
- Print: Wyoming Statutes Annotated KFW4230 .W96 (Cancelled. Last updated in 2012).
- Session Laws:
- HeinOnline, (1869 - )
- LLMC Digital (1877 - 1987)
- Internet: Wyoming State Legislature (2001 - current)
- WyomingLegislation.org, Legislative materials, including journals or digests of the journals from the first territorial legislature, 1869 - present. Also contains digitized bills, 1873 - 2000, and bill actions from 1957 - 2000.
- Compiling Wyoming Legislative Histories (University of Wyoming Law Library)
- Legislative History of Wyoming Laws (Wyoming Legislature)
REGULATIONS & AGENCIES
- Print: Weil's Code of Wyoming Rules KFW4235 .A24 1995 (Cancelled. Last updated in 2008.)
Executive Branch and Agencies
- Governor's Office
- Executive Orders (1969 - Current)
- State Agencies
- Attorney General Opinions
CASES & COURTS
- Westlaw: WY-CS (state cases) & WY-CS-ALL (Wyoming state and federal cases)
- Wyoming State Court Cases: Lexis Advance > Browse Sources > Search Sources > WY Supreme Court Cases from 1870
- Wyoming State and Federal Cases: Lexis Advance > Content Type=Cases > Jurisdiction=Wyoming (click "Include related Federal content")
- Internet: Supreme Court Opinions (1990-current; selected (1870-1989)
- Local Government Sites
- Wyoming Association of Municipalities
- Municipal Codes and Ordinances
STATE LAW REVIEWS & BAR JOURNALS
- Wyoming Law Review
- Wyoming Lawyer (2005 - )
- Wyoming State Bar
- Rules of Professional Conduct
- Ethics Cases in Westlaw: WY-CS (ethics cases included in all state cases database)
- Print: There is no general legal encyclopedia for Wyoming.
Updated 4/13 (BRM)
Updated 6/14 (BRM)
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