I welcome any contributions - the EaglesNestApp is something I've been working on since the end of 2011 and it's been a great exercise in my understanding of state law and how it's organized.
Send me the hierarchies of your state! I don't have expertise in all 50 states' laws - and that means I get to learn their organization one-by-one so I can structure the database to maintain them. If you'd like to see your state added more quickly, just shoot me some feedback with how your state organizes its laws and that will greatly speed everything up.
Every state has its own organizational hierarchy for it's laws, Arizona's for example looks like this -
- Article (optional)
You can see next to "Article" there's an (optional), that simply means that some Arizona statutes will fall directly under a chapter while others fall under an article then a chapter.
Washington state has a bit simpler hierarchy -
In this case there are no optional categories, which actually makes structuring the database much simpler. Though since I have to accomodate both examples, the database has to be as flexible as possible.