does anyone know any website that contain most of details of case law ?

I need some cases of law to understand more about some area.

Yes! Try scholar.google.com. The best part is that it is free, unlike the biggies Westlaw and Lexis-Nexis. Only problem is that it only includes "reported" opinions. Not all case law is "reported", i.e. put in the special reference book for easy access. However, "unreported" decisions are still good, binding precedent. Major case law is almost always reported, for example every single opinion of the United States Supreme court will be on there. Good luck.

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2 thoughts on “does anyone know any website that contain most of details of case law ?

    steven k

    (May 1, 2010 - 12:02 am)

    Cornell Law, Lexis Free, The government court website for the venue in question.
    References :

    Andrew

    (May 1, 2010 - 12:23 am)

    Yes! Try scholar.google.com. The best part is that it is free, unlike the biggies Westlaw and Lexis-Nexis. Only problem is that it only includes "reported" opinions. Not all case law is "reported", i.e. put in the special reference book for easy access. However, "unreported" decisions are still good, binding precedent. Major case law is almost always reported, for example every single opinion of the United States Supreme court will be on there. Good luck.
    References :

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