Periodical Indexes & Databases
U.S. Government Printing Office
The Hunter Law Library has been a federal depository library since 1972, and its federal depository collections are open to public use. For assistance, please contact any reference librarian or Steve Averett, the depository library coordinator.
Researching Local Ordinances
For the beginner, we recommend this excellent article on how to research local government law (written by a BYU law librarian):
Shawn G. Nevers, "Local Ordinances: The Often Overlooked Laws," Student Lawyer, Feb. 2014, http://ssrn.com/abstract=2449546
For more advanced treatment, see the following treatises (and those listed elsewhere in this research guide):
Print volumes must be used on-site.
Also available via Westlaw.
Also available via Lexis.
Recommended Legal Databases
These are resources to which the Hunter Law Library or the Harold B. Lee Library has purchased a subscription. Most subscription licenses require off-campus access to be limited to BYU law students and faculty. Other patrons are welcome to use many of these resources by visiting the library premises.