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Wednesday, November 4, 2015

CasemakerX Database Available for Law Students and Faculty

This post is a reminder that CasemakerX, which is available to members of the Texas State bar, is also available to law students and faculty. This database provides access to primary sources of law at the state and federal level. Statutes and regulations can be browsed easily and all sources are fully searchable (Casemaker X uses boolean connectors and proximity search). Users can locate the following (among other sources) on Casemaker X:
  • United States Code
  • Code of Federal Regulations
  • Federal Register
  • Federal Agency Materials 
  • Federal Case Law
  • Federal Rules of Court
  • Texas Statutes (Texas codes and session laws)
  • Texas Administrative Code
  • Texas Register
  • Attorney General Opinions
  • Texas Case Law
  • Texas Rules of Court
Law students and faculty can register by visiting http://www.casemakerx.com/ and clicking "sign up now." The CasemakerX mobile app is available to those already registered by clicking "available mobile application" link located toward the top of the search page.

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