P.O. Box 11144

Tallahassee, FL 32302-3144

(850) 878-0188

Providing Florida Legislative History research and documentation has been our primary mission for over 30 years. Our satisfied clients include many of the state’s and nation’s most prominent law firms, lawyers and national document retrieval services.

We have developed the most comprehensive in-house collection of legislative history documentation outside of state government, which enables us to provide our clients with quicker turnarounds and more complete documentation at a more economical price than other private service providers. Much of our in-house documentation is available in published or imaged format.

We are able to research and retrieve pertinent documents and - at the client’s option - provide in-depth reports on legislation passed since 1969 (prior to this date the Florida Legislature did not maintain permanent committee records). All research and retrieval requests are treated with strict confidentiality.

Documentation available includes official committee bill and meeting files, bill texts (all versions), committee and floor debate audio recordings, official Journals, session laws, legislative and executive task force and study commissions, and various special interest and secondary resources.

In addition to legislative history research we also are experts in researching the Florida Constitution and the Florida Administrative Code.  We can file and retrieve documents in all courts in the Tallahassee area (Leon County (where the majority of legal challenges to state law or lawsuits against the State are filed), the First District Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court of Florida, and the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida - (including Bankruptcy) and state regulatory agencies with offices in Tallahassee.  Where permitted by the agency, we also provide on-site document imaging services for very large volume requests.