Last week, Robert Ambrogi reported that the Office of Law Revision Council, who has responsiblity for preparing and publishing the U.S. Code, recently released a new official site for the U.S. Code. The site is currently in Beta, but from what I’ve seen so far it is much better than its previous site. This is another free resource you’ll want to be aware of when you head out to practice. Take a look and submit any comments about the new site to firstname.lastname@example.org.
New U.S. Code Site
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