Duces Techum: OpenRegs

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Duces Techum is a weekly Blawg feature that provides tips for using mobile apps, tablets, smartphones, e-readers and other tech products to meet your legal legal research and productivity needs.

Today's Tip - Using the OpenRegs app to locate federal regulations

The Federal Register, the official publication for proposed and final rules of federal agencies, has long served as a valuable resource for administrative law researchers. iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users can enjoy mobile access to the Federal Register via the OpenRegs app. This free app offers a number of useful features to help researchers locate and monitor federal regulations, including:

  • Browse by agency or comment period
  • Track significant regulations
  • Mark or e-mail regulations for future reference

The OpenRegs app is available for download at the App Store.


Posted by Timothy J. Gallina (Tim) on Tue. January 29, 2013 1:05 PM
Categories: Uncategorized


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