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Tip of the Week: How to Search Case Law with Fastcase

Fastcase, a leading next-generation legal research service, provides access to case law from additional courts such as federal circuit courts, federal district courts, state appellate courts, and much more. Let’s explore how to search case law with Fastcase in this week’s Tip of the Week!

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Reigning Supreme: All About the Highest Court in the United States

The Supreme Court of the United States, otherwise known as SCOTUS, is the highest tribunal in the nation for all cases and controversies arising under the Constitution. Let’s take a closer look at SCOTUS and see what unique resources you can find in HeinOnline.

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I Saw A Tiger … in My Neighbor’s Backyard

During the 2020 quarantine Netflix released docuseries Tiger King, which captivated America with relentless twists and turns, making it easy to lose sight of what is perhaps the most shocking revelation in the show: America has a tiger problem. Join us as we explore this issue further.

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Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words? Exploring Emojis and the Law

As true components of contemporary language, it’s no wonder that emojis are increasingly submitted as evidence in court cases all over the United States. Has the U.S. legal system defined its standards for emoji interpretation? Join HeinOnline in exploring the ins and outs of emojis in the law.

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A Brief and Reptilian History of Gerrymandering

Gerrymandering has been around since the election of the first U.S. Congress. The concept has received more attention recently, as the unexpected results of the 2016 election have placed a spotlight on the U.S. government and the processes of democracy generally.

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Five Things You Can Do in Less Than 15 Seconds in HeinOnline

In the research world, time is often critical when it comes to billable hours and project deadlines. The HeinOnline support team has compiled a short list of tasks which can be accomplished in less than 15 seconds in HeinOnline. This list is by no means comprehensive.

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Primary Sources, Secondary Sources and Beyond

HeinOnline has long been known as an excellent platform for historical and current periodicals, books, and government documents. HeinOnline also has extensive case law coverage, much of which is provided through a partnership with Fastcase. Let’s explore these sources now.

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U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch

On January 31, 2017 Judge Neil Gorsuch of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit was officially nominated by President Donald J. Trump to fill the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy. Read Gorsuch’s law review articles in HeinOnline, by accessing the list on his author profile page: