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SOCTUS Cases

There are a number of legal databases such as Westlaw and Lexis that law schools subscribe to and that are geared toward law students. We're fortunate in that there are many Internet sites that offer the full text of court opinions free of charge. These sites are best used to access recent decisions when the case name, title, or date is known. But remember, you always need to evaluate websites for their accuracy and authority. Hover over the link underneath the website icon below    to see what information you'll find on each site. 

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