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While Westlaw, LexisNexis and Bloomberg Law are the best known legal research databases, there are several other alternatives with more emerging all the time. This guide will introduce you to some of these alternatives.
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Casemaker is another database that is focused on offering a low cost option for legal research. It offers access to cases and statutes from a wide range of U.S. jurisdictions and focuses on updating materials quickly as new statutes and cases emerge. In addition, many bar associations offer free access to Casemaker for all of their members. 

You can take a tour of Casemaker and learn about its features in the video below.

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Carli Spina
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Emerging Technologies & Research Librarian
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As the Emerging Technologies and Research Librarian, Carli Spina teaches classes on legal research and technology topics, conducts research consultations, develops guides to both substantive law and technological topics, and works on a wide range of web projects for the Harvard Law School Library.
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Disability Law; Intellectual Property Law
 
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