Casemaker4 is built around efficient searching and search operators help you build accurate queries. Let’s take a look!   Casemaker4 uses the same search operators as previous versions of Casemaker. These are power tools to help you get just what you are looking for.  Let’s review them! AND searching – Example: Contract Binding To perform the AND search, simply leave a […]


Prefer the feeling of paper in your hands? We hear you! This week we discuss how to print documents from Casemaker. Did you find that document you wanted? Maybe you would like to print out a copy to read on the plane? Just click Print. You will find the printer icon in the dark grey […]


Casemaker Weekly – June 10th, 2020

June 10, 2020

Working from home? This is a great opportunity to check out Casemaker4. Just as with previous versions of Casemaker, your access includes not just your state, but all 50 state and federal jurisdictions. You get case law, statutes, rules, regulations, registers, attorney general opinions, constitutions, bar journals and more. and it is available anywhere you have access […]

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Millennial Mindset: Why Younger Lawyers Are Choosing to Own a Solo or Small Law Practice

June 9, 2020

 By Jay Kamlet and Jordan Deifik   Generational differences between lawyers did not start with millennials, but the divide between baby boomers and millennials has undoubtedly brought this issue to the forefront of the legal industry. Traits valued by millennials, such as independence and work-life balance, may appear disrespectful or undisciplined to those from older […]

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Casemaker Weekly – June 3rd, 2020

June 3, 2020

“Sharing is Caring!” they say. This week we discuss how to share the documents you find in Casemaker4. Let’s get started!   So, you found the PERFECT case for your argument and you just have to share it with your partner. But your partner doesn’t have access to Casemaker. In Casemaker4 there are a number […]

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Casemaker Weekly – May 26th, 2020

May 27, 2020

You’ve submitted your search and got your results. Now what? This week we will review that results page and what it can do for you.  Let’s get started! The results page appears after you have submitted your search. These results may vary depending on what you selected in the Jurisdiction and Compilation menu. Unless you specified […]

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Word Tables of Contents and Authorities, Paragraph Cross References and Document Automation

May 12, 2020

Word Tables of Contents and Authorities, Paragraph Cross References and Document Automation   Tuesday, May 19   Noon to 1 p.m.   Manually updating cross references, tables of contents, and tables of authorities can be incredibly time consuming. Learn how to create automatically-updating cross references, tables of contents, and table of authorities, along with some […]

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Casemaker Weekly – May 6th, 2020

May 7, 2020

While Casemaker4’s search tools are powerful, sometimes you may find the best way to get what you are looking for is browsing. In Casemaker4 there are two different ways to browse content – Tree View and List View. Let’s get started! The State Compilations page is your default landing page. On it, you can see a listing […]

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Casemaker Weekly – April 15th, 2020

April 15, 2020

This week we discuss the Document toolbar and Case Document tabs. Let’s get started! (We will discuss the document toolbar from the perspective of looking at a Case. However, the page is similar when viewing other types of materials.) When you first click on a case from your search results, the document tab on the left […]

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Casemaker Weekly – April 8th, 2020

April 8, 2020

You may have heard about Digest and Alerts in Casemaker4. You may even know they are tools to help you stay up to date on changes in the law. However, you may be confused about what they actually do and what the differences are. Case Digest, previously known as CasemakerDigest, is a summary service of […]

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