Utah State Law Library Available to Help with Legal Research Needs

Mike Broschinsky Research, Uncategorized

[This post is from our friends at the Utah State Law Library, where Jessica Van Buren is the State Law Librarian. Thanks, Jessica!] Are you … Looking for a superseded section of the Utah Code, administrative code, or state court rule? Needing help with Utah legislative history research? Wanting to read a Utah appellate court brief? Wishing you could get …

Utah State Law Library Available to Help with Legal Research Needs

Mike Broschinsky Other News, Research, Uncategorized

Are you … Looking for a court opinion? Desperate for a superseded section of the Utah Code? Wishing you could see an old court rule? Searching for an on-point appellate court brief? Wanting a promising law journal article? Hoping for help with Utah legislative history? Contact the Utah State Law Library – your legal information experts! The Utah State Law …

Integrated State Legal Databases Contract Will Expire on June 30, 2010

Mike Broschinsky Publications, Research, Uncategorized

For almost 20 years, Utah has contracted with LexisNexis, or its predecessors, for its Utah Primary Law or Utah Law on Disc products.  State Agency subscribers received access to LexisNexis’ Utah Primary Law web site, bimonthly CD updates, or both.  The Division of Administrative Rules has paid for Utah executive branch subscriptions. The Division of Administrative Rules’ funding for the …

2010 Index of Changes Now Available

Mike Broschinsky Publications, Research, Uncategorized

On March 24, 2010, the Division of Administrative Rules published the 2010 Utah Administrative Rules Index of Changes.  The publication indexes administrative rules, by agency and by subject, made effective from 01/02/2009 through 01/01/2010.  The Index of Changes also includes a correlation table that shows changes to the organization of the Utah Administrative Code, and a Summary of Rules Made …

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Researching Administrative Rules

Mike Broschinsky Administrative Law, Public News, Research, Uncategorized

The staff at the Utah State Law Library has published a guide to researching Utah administrative rules.   “Researching Utah Administrative Law” appears in the March/April 2009 Utah Bar Journal (Vol. 22, No. 2). The Utah Bar Journal (http://www.utahbarjournal.com/) is available online.  A PDF version of the Journal can be found at http://www.utahbar.org/barjournal/pdf/2009_march_april.pdf.  The article begins on page 39 of the …