A listing of treaties and other international agreements of the United States currently in force.Divided into two parts including bilateral and multilateral treaties arranged alphabetically by country and then by subject."This site is powered by Thomson West and provides free access to an unannotated version of the New York Codes, Rules and Regulations (NYCRR).It also has information on the Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection, New York State Board of Law Examiners, New York State Judicial Conduct Commission and other governmental and private sector legal sources.

State judiciary websites, state offices of Vital Statistics, and a state-by-state guide to obtaining corporate fillings make up the rest of this book.

Includes the names of current judges and administrators as well as addresses and phone numbers for New York State courts, Office of Court Administration, and the New York State Law Department.

If at any point you would like some assistance, please call our librarians at 341-5461 or use our Ask a Librarian service Below you will find a select list of legal reference titles available to you at Middletown Thrall Library.

Since these books cannot be borrowed, they are always available to researchers at the library.

Commercial publication of Appellate decisions and some lower court decisions began in 1888 by West in volumes entitled the New York Supplement. This series continues today and incorporates Court of Appeals decisions, decisions of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Supreme Court, and miscellaneous lower courts. New York State Laws are rearranged by title or subject just as they are in the United States Code.

The codification of state law is accomplished by West and is entitled Mc Kinney's Consolidated Laws of New York Annotated.

It is nicely presented with explanatory information as needed.

The topical and title index, an alphabetical listing, not a search engine, is comprehensive and a good place to start research.

Volumes are kept up to date at the library with supplementary pamphlets and annual pocket parts. New York State publishes all the laws passed during each session of its legislature in chronological order comparable to those in the United States Statutes at Large.