For non-law students, the best online source is Nexis Uni, which has federal and state statutes and cases.
Law students have access toand .
Federal and state statutes and regulations are generally available on free government websites. See links from.
Limiting to one jurisdiction
Why do people still use print statutes?
It's often easier to work with statutes in print because of the way they're laid out. You can see the outline form and pick up interrelationships more easily.
State: State: The most current state statutes for Alaska, California, Oregon, and Washington are found in the Reference Area (KFA, KFC, KFO, KFW30).
Federal: The United States Code (KF62), Code of Federal Regulations (KF70), and the Federal Register (KF70) all located in the Reference Area.