Casemaker Tips for 4.12.2017
Administrative Code Archives
Did you know you can find Administrative Codes in the Casemaker archives? To find these codes, visit the Casemaker home page by clicking on Home in the upper right or the Casemaker logo in the upper left. Now you should see the list of states. Above that list of states is a blue bar with a tab for Archive. Next click on Administrative Code then on the state you wish to view.
While it is great to get that green thumbs up or red thumbs down from Casecheck+ to tell you if a case has been treated negatively in subsequent cases - it is also nice just to have a list of what actually cited the case you are reading. This is where Citing References comes in. When you are reading a case, you will notice in the bar above the case a link for Citing References. This will provide you with a list of cases that have cited this case. Links to these cases are included and will take you directly to the portion where the case you are researching is involved. When you pull up the list of Citing References you can narrow the results by keyword or jurisdiction using the menu on the left as well.
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