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George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School

Federal Primary Materials

Welcome to the Federal Primary Materials guide!

The United States Constitution creates a federal government comprised of three separate and equal branches, and each are sources of law: legislative, executive, and judicial.  In addition to the information below, the Law Library of Congress provides a helpful guide to federal legal materials.