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 Federal and state cases
 Shepard’s® Citations
 Landmark Cases
 Federal Statutes, Codes & Regulations
 State Statutes...
From the library
website, select A-Z
Databases .
Type in
LexisNexis
and select
“Find a
Database by
Title”.
Click on the link. You may then be
asked for your TRACKS username
and password.
Look up
specific
court cases
by
citation,
parties or
topic here.
Select
Search by
Subject or
Topic
Here are the U.S.
Legal Resources
available to you.
Here you’ll find information on
U.S. Supreme Court Landmark
Cases, as well as individual and
combined search options for
F...
Landmark
case of the
US Supreme
Court are
organized by
topic.
You may
enter your
case search
terms here.
Or select
Advance...
A landmark decision is the
outcome of a legal case that
establishes a precedent that either
substantially changes the
inte...
Landmark
case of the
US Supreme
Court are
organized by
topic.
Law reviews and journals are scholarly sources for legal
topics and developments.
When you
Shepardize® a case,
LexisNexis provides a
report showing every
opinion where that
case has been
referenced, all
t...
 Any U.S. federal or state case can be shepardized
in LexisNexis Academic
 Provides a comprehensive case citation and
tr...
Select the Source Information icon
for coverage information.
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icon for more
information on
the resource.
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Lexis Nexis Academic U.S. Legal Resources
Lexis Nexis Academic U.S. Legal Resources
Lexis Nexis Academic U.S. Legal Resources
Lexis Nexis Academic U.S. Legal Resources
Lexis Nexis Academic U.S. Legal Resources
Lexis Nexis Academic U.S. Legal Resources
Lexis Nexis Academic U.S. Legal Resources
Lexis Nexis Academic U.S. Legal Resources
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Lexis Nexis Academic U.S. Legal Resources

  1. 1.  Federal and state cases  Shepard’s® Citations  Landmark Cases  Federal Statutes, Codes & Regulations  State Statutes, Codes & Regulations  Law Reviews  Legal Reference Sources  Patents  Tax Law
  2. 2. From the library website, select A-Z Databases .
  3. 3. Type in LexisNexis and select “Find a Database by Title”.
  4. 4. Click on the link. You may then be asked for your TRACKS username and password.
  5. 5. Look up specific court cases by citation, parties or topic here.
  6. 6. Select Search by Subject or Topic
  7. 7. Here are the U.S. Legal Resources available to you.
  8. 8. Here you’ll find information on U.S. Supreme Court Landmark Cases, as well as individual and combined search options for Federal, State and US Territories cases. Let’s take a closer look!
  9. 9. Landmark case of the US Supreme Court are organized by topic. You may enter your case search terms here. Or select Advanced Options for a more targeted search.
  10. 10. A landmark decision is the outcome of a legal case that establishes a precedent that either substantially changes the interpretation of the law or that establishes new case law on a particular issue.
  11. 11. Landmark case of the US Supreme Court are organized by topic.
  12. 12. Law reviews and journals are scholarly sources for legal topics and developments.
  13. 13. When you Shepardize® a case, LexisNexis provides a report showing every opinion where that case has been referenced, all treatments of the case, and, most importantly, whether or not the case is "good law." If the case has been overruled, it is considered "bad law" and may no longer be cited as a legal precedent.
  14. 14.  Any U.S. federal or state case can be shepardized in LexisNexis Academic  Provides a comprehensive case citation and treatment history to verify the validity of case law, agency opinion, and other legal documents  Links to Summary, prior history, subsequent history, treatment, and law review references  Editorial analysis available 24 -48 hours after a case decision
  15. 15. Select the Source Information icon for coverage information.
  16. 16. Click the “i” icon for more information on the resource.
  17. 17.  Ask a Librarian- Evans Library  LexisNexis Academic User Guide  LexisNexis Academic Knowledge Center

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