The United States Code (U.S.C.) has many statutes that cover areas of interest in the field of Elder Law. The print version of the U.S.C. is located in the Reference Area of the Law Library. There are corresponding regulations from the Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) which are also located in the Reference Area. The U.S.C and C.F.R. can both be accessed online at http://www.gpo.fdsys/ as well as through Cornell University's Legal Information Institute. Some of the major pertinent statutes and regulations include:
Oklahoma has several statutes and regulations governing Elder Law issues. Some of the titles of the Oklahoma Statutes Annotated containing laws of concern in Elder Law include Title 22 (Criminal Procedure), Title 25 (Discrimination), Title 43A (Mental Health), and Title 63 (Public Health and Safety). Oklahoma Statutes may be accessed via OSCN.