OT: There IS a future for an e-USC!

Last Winter I published an article in Law Library Lights asking, “Is There a Future for an e-USC?”  At the time the Law Revision Counsel wasn’t sure, but today I received an email introducing USCprelim, “a pilot project to update the online version of certain titles of the United States Code on an ongoing basis.”  The pilot covers just Title 26, but it is completely current to the last Public Law passed by Congress in August.  I would like to think my article (co-written with Trevor Rosen, a librarian at Kilpatrick Stockton LLP) planted the seed for USCprelim but, either way, the pilot represents a big step forward, and the OLRC should be commended for making it happen.

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