Answered By: Laurie Bastien
Last Updated: Nov 08, 2019     Views: 159

Finding case law can be tricky. But there is a resource that can help!

While it may not be your final source for case law, Google Scholar can be a great place to start!

Simply enter your topic keywords (ask a librarian for suggestions if needed) and be sure to check the Case Law option:

Results can be refined by court type (federal or state) and by date:

Search results will then refresh and be limited by the selected court and date:

For a more in-depth review of cases found via Google Scholar, search the Library database Westlaw Campus Research with the case name or number. For example:

Contact the Library for more help.

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