For Labor titles, browse Table of Contents for Titles 5, 8, 26, 29, 30, 38, 39 and 42 of the U.S. Code.
For an introduction to statutory research, see our Statutes Research Guide guide. The following is a list of sources for the full text of federal laws:
For many federal labor & employment laws, there are compiled legislative histories available in the Library. These compilations usually include bills, Congressional Record debates, reports, and hearings.
To find a compiled legislative history, try a keyword search in the Library's catalog. For example, you could search for "labor and legislative history." In addition, good starting places for legislative history research include:
To learn more about legislative history, read our Legislative History Research Guide.
For a guide to the federal executive-branch regulatory process and the process of conducting federal administrative law research in general, see the Law Library's Administrative Law Research Guide. Federal agencies' regulations appear in the following publications:
For more information on finding court decisions, see our Case Law Research Guide.