Legislative Research Library
The Legislative Research Library is located in the Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel where resources and direction to those wishing to research legislative histories and intent is offered. To schedule an appointment or to request information and how to use available resources, contact Shelley Day at 801.326.1600. The Legislative Research Library is non-circulating; material must remain in the library. The library does not provide interlibrary loan services.
Due to administrative rules, federal laws, local ordinances, case law, etc., in addition to statutes that may be relevant to any given situation, library staff does not provide legal advice and interpretation of the law. Advising citizens how the law may apply to any given situation is the function of an attorney, and is considered interpreting the law. For information about ways to get advice from an attorney please visit the Utah State Courts Finding Legal Help web page.
Other Helpful Links:
Floor Debates Senate | House
How To Research Legislative History and Intent (produced in collaboration with Utah Division of State Archives)
Interim Committee Histories
Bill Drafting & Research Files
Links of Interest
The Library of Congress
Utah Session Laws (1851-ongoing)
Legislative Research Library, Office of Legislative Research & General
W210 House Building
State Capitol Complex
Salt Lake City, UT