month, the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) announced that a new,
redesigned and expanded platform – govinfo – will replace FDsys as the go-to
source for federal primary law in 2017. The site is available at https://www.govinfo.gov and is now accessible online in beta
form, giving researchers the chance to familiarize themselves with the platform
and offer feedback to developers.
specialized research vehicles are now available from Bloomberg Law. Called
“Workflow Solutions”, they cover the topic areas Banking, Corporate
Transactions and Privacy & Data Security.
This post is Part II of
a three part series that describes the various resources available from the
(“SOG”), and why the
SOG can provide invaluable guidance for those researching North Carolina law.
The law library has added a new subscription of materials
related to regulatory law that is now available campus-wide. ProQuest
Regulatory Insight complements the ProQuest
Legislative Insight database by providing collections of federal regulatory
materials – such as proposed and final rules and executive orders – that follow
from Congressional legislation.