Experience Delivers Quality
LRI History LLC, formerly Legislative Research & Intent LLC, was co-founded in 1983 by Carolina Rose, a Stanford Law School graduate. This was preceded by 7 years of intense, hands-on work in the California State Legislature, during which time she had personal responsibility for over 200 bills. After answering countless questions about the legislative history and intent of her office’s legislation, she decided to start her own legislative research company with a strong focus on quality and depth. Ms. Rose directed a talented team of researchers and personally designed and oversaw all of LRI’s research methodologies until her retirement in 2015. Her commitment to excellence remains the driving force behind every LRI research report. Lisa Hampton is now at the helm, after having started with the company as Research Director in 2003. She earned both History and Political Science degrees from Illinois Wesleyan University, and puts both to good use in her new position as President of LRI.
LRI specializes in providing high-quality, custom research on the history and intent of:
- Constitutional provisions
- Statutes and codes
- Local ordinances
- All states and federal
Other Governmental Research
LRI provides a number of options for historical research affecting the enactment of laws. This has a beneficial, collateral affect on our general knowledge of governmental processes and activities across the board. LRI makes this collateral expertise available for any government related research project.
Depth Delivers Success
LRI kudos include this thanks from prevailing counsel in Courtesy Ambulance Service of San Bernardino v. State Compensation Fund (1992) 8 Cal.App.4th 1504:
- Please accept our gratitude for the terrific research and analysis you provided us…
- [The Courtesy] court, relying heavily upon your analysis, … ruled [in our favor].
- Better yet, this victory paved the way for two others: Maxon Industries, Inc. v. State Compensation Fund (1993) 16 Cal.App.4th 1387, and Security Officers Service, Inc. v. State Compensation Ins. Fund (1993) 17 Cal.App.4th 887.
Customer Service Leads to Savings
LRI assists you in quickly narrowing your research focus to only those enactments affecting the language of interest. Why order unnecessary research, especially if it can cost substantially more? We also offer a variety of turnaround times so you can find the perfect fit for your budget.
All of our Core and Custom reports are formatted like a book – making them exceptionally easy to use – and include:
- A court-ready, signed authentication
- Bates-stamped paging for easy reference
- A table-of-contents style, annotated index which cites sources for all records
- Points and authorities for gaining judicial notice