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Making of Modern Law: U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs

SEARCH HISTORY

Accessing your search history can be very helpful.  You can see what searches you have already run, so that you don't have to duplicate searches.  Your search history will also help you figure out what searches you still need to run in order to make sure you haven't missed something.

FINDING YOUR SEARCH HISTORY IN BASIC OR ADVANCED SEARCH

If you are on the Basic or Advanced search pages, your search history is available at the bottom of the page:

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FINDING YOUR SEARCH HISTORY FROM THE BROWSE PAGES

While your search history isn't available at the bottom of the page if you are on the "Browse Authors" or "Browse Cases" pages, you will see a "Search History" tab pop up along the top of the page, which will lead you to your search history:

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