Slip Law Law and Legal Definition

Slip Law is a legislative enactment that is separately and promptly published after its passage, so that it is used and cited in temporary form until it is published in a more permanent form-first in session laws and later in a hardbound statute book.

It is a copy of a bill that is passed by a state legislature and endorsed by the governor, or passed by Congress and signed by the president, and is printed and distributed almost immediately.