Treatises on Fastcase


Jenkins Members with access to Fastcase* will now have not only a great tool for searching case law, but Fastcase's Treatise collection as well! Previously, these titles could only be searched by logging into a separate platform called Loislaw Libraries on Fastcase. Now users will be able to perform one integrated search on Fastcase.  In the new Fastcase 7 interface, results can easily be filtered to cases, statutes or treatises. Material in the treatise collection includes: Bromberg and Ribstein on Partnership, Americans with Disabilities Act Handbook 4th, The Law of Lawyering 4th, Wigmore on Evidence 4th and Epstein on Intellectual Property 5th.

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To find a specific treatise on Fastcase 7, navigate to Outline View, located at the top of the screen, next to the search bar:

Once in Outline View, select Treatises >> Federal for the full list of libraries:

If using the Fastcase 6 (Legacy) display, select "Search Loislaw Libraries" from the browse menu on the left side of the screen:

For members who do not have access to the standard Fastcase collection, our Treatises On Fastcase database still provides access to only the treatise materials.


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