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Need California Codes? FindLaw Has You Covered, for Free

Need to research California's corporate securities law? We've got you covered. Did a client get caught selling wild rodents? We can help you out. Need to cite the state's joint custody laws? No problem.

If you're looking for the best, easiest to use California codes, you'll find them at FindLaw. FindLaw's updated California Codes section has what you need, when you need it, how you need it. And it doesn't cost a single cent.

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FindLaw's updated California Codes section is made possible through our partnership with Thomson Reuters Westlaw, FindLaw's sister company. That's over 250,000 pages of new content, brought to you courtesy of the industry leader in online legal research.

Our California codes have virtually everything a practitioner could need, from the state constitution to California's Business and Professions Code, to the state Welfare and Institutions Code, and everything in between. FindLaw's California Codes section even includes related materials like the California Constitution of 1849, the state Organic Acts, and Water Code Appendix -- materials that aren't easy to find elsewhere.

Pair those codes with FindLaw's free California case law offerings, California Case Law blog, Ninth Circuit blog, and practice management guides, and you've got almost everything a lawyer could need. It's all here and it's all free.

Easy to Navigate and Share, From Your Desk or on the Go

One of the most exciting parts of FindLaw's updated California codes is how easy they are to use. Organization and navigation is a breeze, thanks in part to a four-level drop down menu which helps you find the exact section you need, all from a single page. You can hop in to California's unfair competition law, then quickly and easily navigate over to the state's franchise laws, for example. FindLaw's California Codes section makes getting lost when you search through codes a thing of the past.

Saving research for later is simple, too. If you want to mail a code section to yourself or a colleague, head down to the share button found on every page and in under a second you'll be done. If you ever need to access more detailed research, we provide a handy link to your Westlaw login at the bottom of every page.

One of the best parts is that you can use the codes from your car, from court, or from the coffee shop. FindLaw's California Codes section is mobile-friendly, so you can use it on your phone or tablet just as easily as on your desktop.

But don't take our word for it. Try it out yourself.

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