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Casemaker’s comprehensive state primary law coverage includes at least the following for all 50 states:

  • At least 100 years of case law
  • Statutes, including archived versions
  • Legislative Acts, including previous session years
  • Administrative Code, including archived versions
  • State Registers (where they exist)
  • Court Rules, including archived versions
  • Constitutions, including archived versions
  •  Varies by state: Attorney General Opinions, Regulatory Opinions, Secondary Materials such as Bar Journals, Law Reviews, CLE Publications and other Authored Titles

Of particular note is Casemaker’s handling of statutory content. Once a bill becomes law, Casemaker’s editors obtain the legislation and work it into the existing code or compilation along with notes detailing the authority for changes, including links to the full text of amending, enacting or repealing legislation. All versions of statutes are set out with clear notes as to their effective dates, contingent effectiveness, or conflicting provisions.

Casemaker updates content continuously. Cases handed down today are added to the database and made available to users by morning. Cited references in the cases are linked. Upon pagination, the cases include both regional reporter and, if applicable, any official reporter pagination. In addition, Casemaker continually adds content and will work with partners, such as bar associations, to add specific sources the partner believes would be useful to its members.

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