What is statutory law?
Statutory laws are enactments of law by legislatures, such as the Georgia General Assembly or Congress. They start as bills when introduced by a legislator and become law when signed by a governor on the state level, or the President on the federal level.

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1. What does a law librarian do?
2. What is statutory law?
3. What is case law?
4. What is the difference between law and equity?
5. Are there any organizations for law librarians?