26 Newsletter of the Legal History & Rare Books SIS of the American Association of Law Libraries 19 (Fall 2019)
The Ruth Lilly Law Library holds one of the most complete sets of the official Indiana Code in print, and we often receive research requests for sections of the historical Code from attorneys and other researchers. The print collection is far more complete than anything available online and is freely available for anyone to use, but this generally requires a trip to the library. Currently, there is no free online public access to the Indiana Code predating 2009,† and paid access offers no codes between 1921 and 1990. We have set out to change this. . .
deMaine, Susan David and Keele, Benjamin J., "Digitizing the Indiana Code" (2019). Articles by Maurer Faculty. 2920.