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LEXIS AND WESTLAW ARE DEAD. Federal Resources is a unique collection of links, tools, forms, and helpful material designed to aid legal practitioners and clients alike. In addition to Federal Resources, Case Law Research methods are also included. No longer must a practitioner subscribe to Lexis or Westlaw to access appellate opinions, whether State or Federal.
WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE. If you’re unfamiliar with the free, electronically available research tools available these days, I strongly encourage you to spend some time browsing the Case Law portion of this page. The level of access available these days is amazing – and almost all free.
THE FULL TEXT OF MOST STATUTES ARE TYPICALLY ELECTRONIC. Harvard Law School’s Caselaw Access Project contains an open source API with 6.7 million unique cases dating back to the Seventeenth Century. Also included on this page is the U.S. Code, in its entirety, the Federal Register, and the North Carolina Brief Library.