U.S. government documents
- Sources of U.S. Federal, state, and municipal government information
- FDsys and Congress.gov, government-sponsored databases offering the full-text of U.S. Federal legislative and agency materials
- Federal Depository Library Program administrative materials
- Guides to research and electronic sources
Ephemeral government documents available in the Library can be found using the finding lists (Pamphlet File, Slip Laws, Slip Opinions, and Microforms) linked on our guide, “Government Documents in the Jerome Hall Law Library.”
The Jerome Hall Law Library is also one of only a few law schools that serves as a depository for U.S. Supreme Court records and briefs in paper. In addition, the Library holds the records and briefs for the Indiana Supreme and Appellate courts.
Jerome Hall Law Library FDLP Internet Use Policy
The Law Library offers the general public free access to online federal government information provided through the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), following the principles of free access provided in 44 U.S.C. § 1911.
Computer Access: Three computer workstations in the library lobby are designated for research use by the general public. Ask for the guest login credentials at the circulation desk. Printing to a networked laser printer is available. Please see a reference librarian for research assistance.
Please see the library guide, "Government Documents Department of the Law Library" for more information on access to and use of the government documents collection.