If you have ever had to research the Dodd-Frank Act, you know that it can take some time determining where to begin your journey.
Here are four useful resources that are not behind a paywall, so you don't need credentials to access the information.
Law Librarians' Society of Washington, D.C.
This resource was last updated July 29, 2015 and provides links to bill versions and hearings.
U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission
This resource is organized within a drop down menu from the Dodd-Frank Act, and a page with topics such as Rule-Writing Process and External Meetings, to name just two. For current and historic documents organized in one place.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Search 'Dodd-Frank' in the search window for all banking regulations that relate to Dodd-Frank.
Securities and Exchange Commission
'Implementing the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act' is organized into four categories: Mandatory Rule Making Provisions; Public Comments; New Offices; and Reports & Studies.