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Finding a Case By Citation

You can retrieve a case by typing the citation into the universal search bar.

Example

You already know the citation for Bostock v. Clayton County, 140 S.Ct. 1731, so you retrieve it by typing the citation into the universal search bar.

 

Finding a Case By Party Names

You can retrieve a case by party names by typing the names into the universal search bar. The system autofills with suggestions as you type.

Example

You don't know the citation for Marbury v. Madison, but you can still retrieve the case by typing the names into the universal search bar.

Finding a Statute By Citation

You can retrieve a statute by typing the citation into the universal search bar.

Example

You already know that A.R.S. § 13-4025 is an Arizona statute about executing pregnant prisoners, so you retrieve it by typing the citation into the universal search bar.

Finding a Secondary Source by Citation

You can retrieve a secondary source such as a law review article by typing the citation in the universal search bar.

Example

You already know the citation for Indigenous Resilience, 62 Ariz. L. Rev. (2020), so you retrieve it by typing the citation into the universal search bar.