Hawai‘i Legislative History Research
The Supreme Court Law Library will assist in Hawaiʻi legislative history research by pulling and marking acts and committee reports from Session Laws of Hawaii and the House and Senate Journals. An exact Hawaiʻi Revised Statute (HRS) chapter and section and/or Act # and year must be provided. Payment for service must be made in-person or received via mail before requester will be allowed access to the pulled and marked materials. Acts and committee reports can be copied and delivered, additional Document Delivery charges will apply. Service hours are 7:45 am – 4:15 pm, Monday through Friday, except Hawaiʻi State holidays. Request and proof of payment must be received by noon (12 pm) HST for same day rush service. Rush services may be limited to requests with 3 or less amendments.
|Steps to requesting Hawaiʻi Legislative History Research service:|
|Please see the Hawaiʻi State Law Library Handbook for applicable fees.|
|Payment can be made in the form of a business/personal check, cashier’s check, or money order. Checks should be made payable to: Supreme Court Law Library
Payment is required before any document delivery or certification request will be sent. To expedite service, proof of payment to be sent by mail or hand-delivered to the library can be done by either:
Proof of payment does not constitute payment for services. Please ensure that the actual check is mailed to the Supreme Court Law Library for actual payment.