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Select "Legal documents" to include case law in your search. To limit by court click "select courts", click on the courts you want searched and click "done".
To search patents click "include patents".
Context is Everything
The title can be hard to guess or even misleading for some legal publications. For example, the Colorado Code is the administrative, not the statutory code as one would presume. Use hierarchical lists like these to find the source you need even when you are unsure of the title.
WashLaw Web, a service of Washburn University Law School, provides links to all known law-related materials on the Internet. Information is arranged alphabetically, by subject, and by geographic location.
The Legal Information Institute (LII) is a research and electronic publishing activity of the Cornell Law School. Popular collections include: the U.S. Code, Supreme Court opinions, Uniform Commercial Code, and WEX - public-access law dictionary and encyclopedia