Subject Compilations of State Laws
Subject Compilations of State Laws has long been recognized as the most comprehensive source for identifying thousands of articles, books, government publications, loose-leaf titles, court opinions, and websites that compare state laws on hundreds of subjects. The first volume, which was compiled by Lynn Foster and Carol Boast, won the AALL Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award in 1982. The print version is typically updated annually, with the database updated more frequently throughout the year. The Subject Compilations of State Laws database won the coveted AALL Best New Product Award in 2009. This guide will help you learn how to easily browse hundreds of subjects, or perform topical research across more than 25,000 bibliographical records.