What should I have for a current set of Nebraska Statutes?
Current Set of Nebraska Statutes (updated 3/03/2023)
Vol. 1 (chapters 1 through 11) -- 2022
Vol. 1a (chapters 12 through 18) -- 2022
Vol. 1b (chapters 19 through 23) --2022
Vol. 2 (chapters 24 through 28) -- 2016
Vol. 2a (chapters 29 through 36) -- 2016
Vol. 3 (chapters 37 through 43) -- 2016
Vol. 3a (chapters 44 and 45) -- 2021
Vol. 3b (chapters 46 through 53) -- 2021
Vol. 3c (chapters 54 through 60) -- 2021
Vol. 4 (chapters 61 through 70) -- 2018
Vol. 4a (chapters 71 through 75) -- 2018
Vol. 4b (chapters 76 and 77) -- 2018
Vol. 5 (chapters 78 through 81, Art. 14) -- 2014
Vol. 5a (chapters 81, Art. 15 through 90) -- 2014
Vol. 6 (UCC-Uniform Commercial Code) -- 2020
Cumulative Supplement (4 volumes) -- 2022
General Index 2021
Cross Reference Tables -- 2000
Using Nebraska Statutes
from the University of Nebraska College of Law includes this information on how to check your set for currency:
Each hardbound volume of the Revised Statutes of Nebraska, 1943, has a reissue date at the top of the spine. Bound volumes are reissued when there is too much new law and too many annotations to fit comfortably in a supplement. There is no particular schedule for reissue volumes, and bound volumes are not reissued at the same time. So, you must make sure you are using the most recent reissue volume.
To determine the current reissue date, check the reissue table located immediately after the title page in the first volume of the most recent supplement to the Revised Statutes of Nebraska, 1943. Make sure your volume reissue date is the same or more recent than the date indicated in the table.
You must make sure your statute is still current law. To do this, you must update your statute beyond the bound reissue volume by using the most current supplements. In even-numbered years, the supplement is cumulative. In odd-numbered years, the supplement is annual, and not cumulative. When the latest supplement is an even-numbered year, you need only check that supplement. When the latest supplement is an odd-numbered year, you must check both that annual supplement and the preceding cumulative supplement."
Session laws (also called Laws of Nebraska) are issued each year after the current session of the Legislature has ended. Volumes should always be kept until the supplement that covers the same time period has been issued. They should be kept in perpetuity if showing laws in context as they are passed is important to the institution's customers. The context is lost once they are incorporated into the Statutes.