Answered By: Kate Britt
Last Updated: Apr 24, 2018     Views: 21

The following resources provide citations to law reviews, surveys, etc., that compile laws on certain subjects for at least a few states, if not all 50 states: 

  • Subject Compilations of State Laws, Cheryl Nyberg, 1960 - (REF COLL KF240 .S795X)
    • Both print and link to online database at HeinOnline

  • National survey of state laws, Latest edition only (REF COLL KF386 .N38)

  • ‚ÄčWestlaw (Search "50 State Surveys"). 50 State Surveys provides access to state and federal statutes, covering numerous topics of law.

  • Lexis Advance. From the Lexis homepage, search "50-State Surveys, Statutes & Regulations," and select this title from the dropdown suggestions. Provides instant comparison of states' treatment of topical issues, linked to governing provisions on Lexis and prefaced by an examination of federal context and state themes.

  • Bloomberg Law. Go a particular Practice Center (e.g., Labor & Employment), and select "State Law Chart Builders." Select which particular area of law you wish to compare. For Jurisdictions select all states, and chose one or more topics within that area of law. Note that not every topic provides a chart builder.

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