What is the name of the Hebrew code of law?

The Shulchan Arukh (Code of Jewish Law), published by Rabbi Joseph Karo in 1566, and available with a number of commentaries surrounding its text.

The most recent full code (as opposed to commentaries) is the Shulchan Arukh (Code of Jewish Law), published by Rabbi Joseph Karo in 1566. Before that, we have (in historical order):

The Torah (3300 Years ago)

The Talmud (transmitted orally, and first put in writing 1500 years ago)

Maimonides' code, the Yad, collated from the Talmud, 850 years ago.

See also the Related Links.

Link: Some Jewish laws

Link: More about the Torah

Link: More about the Talmud

Torah (תורה) or halacha (הלכה)