These databases are available to public patrons courtesy of the Wyoming State Library. Users may browse databases by title or subject area.
This legal database contains primary and secondary legal resources including but not limited to cases, statutes, codes, treatises, and journals. The Law Library has access to both Westlaw and WestlawNext.
One public computer terminal in the Law Library has access to the Wyoming Enhanced collection on LexisNexis. The current Law Library subscription allows patrons to view only Wyoming materials.
The Law Library has a subscription to Shepard’s Citations Service. This subscription is available on one public computer terminal in the Law Library.
This service allows the user to find various types of legal forms on this database.
** It is recommended you contact an attorney before using the forms located on this database.
This database covers four centuries of legal materials, including documents that pertain to history, political science, business, public policy, government, and criminal justice.
Historic and current congressional information, including the full text of congressional publications, finding aids, a bill tracking service, and full text public laws.
This website contains records and acts of Congress from the Continental Congress and Constitutional Convention through the 43rd Congress, 1774-1875.
Drawing on a wide variety of the most highly regarded legal publications, LegalTrac provides indexing for more than 1,400 titles including major law reviews, legal newspapers, bar association journals and international legal journals.
This database allows the user to search full text and view digital images of every page of 22,000 legal treatises on U.S. and British law published from 1800 through 1926.
This archive offers online access to state and municipal codes, documents relating to constitutional conventions, and other resources in America Legal History. The archive is designed to compliment “The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises.”
This fully searchable digital collection includes unofficially published accounts of trials, official trial documents, briefs and arguments, and official records of legislative proceedings, administrative proceedings and arbitrations.