Visit Us On The Chrome Web Store: Get The Jenkins / Fastcase Extension


Today Jenkins launches its first plugin for Chrome. Members who use Google Chrome for Windows or Mac OSX can add our Fastcase via Jenkins Law Library plugin to their browser to speed accessing Fastcase.

The application adds a shortcut to your toolbar, to the right of the URL bar, that will enable you to access Fastcase immediately.


It’s a simple application, but regular Fastcase users will appreciate having a shortcut that launches Fastcase right away. Once installed, you will not need to visit our website to launch Fastcase. Just click the new Fastcase icon and, if you’re logged into our website, a new Chrome tab will open to Fastcase.

To install the extension, visit the extension page in the Google Web Store by clicking here. Then click Add To Chrome.

The extension will request permission to install. Click Add extension.


That’s it! A button will appear in the top-right of your Chrome browser:

You must be using Google’s Chrome browser to install this extension. While we’re confident this will work on the latest version of Chrome, we cannot troubleshoot Chrome-specific issues.

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