The following member databases include access to the current U.S. Code. Members must be logged in to jenkinslaw.org to access these databases. These databases are also available in the library.
These databases also provide access to historical versions of the U.S. Code. The most comprehensive member database to search the historical U.S. Code is HeinOnline. For more information about finding historical versions of the U.S. Code, see the Historical US Code page of this guide.
United States Code
Available on Fastcase. To search the United States Code, use the "Jurisdictions & Sources" option, navigate to the "Primary and Secondary Documents". Under "Statutes", select "U.S. Code".
To browse the United States Code, select Browse Libraries > Legislative Materials > United States Code. Annotations provided by Fastcase Authority Check.
Historical statutes back to 2006 also available. For access instructions, see the Historical US Code page of this guide.
United States Code
Available on HeinOnline. From "Browse Databases by Name", select U.S. Code > United States Code
1925 - present. Yearly supplements also available (once in the desired edition, the yearly supplements are located below the list of titles). The U.S. Code collection also includes Early Federal Codes & Compilations of Statutes.
The U.S.C. on HeinOnline is the unannotated publication prepared by the Office of the Law Revision Counsel of the United States House of Representatives. A delay between publication and availability on Hein may be possible.
Historical statutes back to 1789 also available. For access instructions, see the Historical US Code page of this guide.
LexisNexis Digital Library
Index and finding aids also available:
Additional tables may also be available. Use the "Find a volume" search option and search for Tables to find all available tables volumes.
Historical statutes back to 2013 also available. For access instructions, see the Historical US Code page of this guide.
Search by Number: US Code Citation
Available on ProQuest Congressional. Select Congressional Publications > Search by Number > US Code Citation (found at the bottom of the Legislative Citations option) Citation searching only.
Current edition only. Unannotated. Content provided by the United States Code Service (USCS). Currency information available in the individual section index page.