Fastcase offers access to federal and state:
This database is available for free to Missouri attorneys through their Missouri Bar Association membership and MU Law students with a password from the library. However, not included in this package are desk books and the newspaper archive .
|U.S. Supreme Court||1754 - Current|
|All Federal Circuit Courts||1 F.2d - Current|
|Federal District Courts||1912 - Current|
|Federal Bankruptcy Courts||1979 - Current|
|Board of Immigration Appeals||1996 - Current|
|U.S. Court of Claims||1929 - 1971|
|U.S. Customs Court||1938 - 1980|
|Tax Court||1924 - Current|
|Special Court, Reg. Rail Reorg. Act||1974 - 2001|
|U.S. Court of Int'l Trade||1980 - 2001|
|Court of Customs & Patent Appeals||1929 - 1971|
|All 50 States||1950 (or older) - Current|
$795 one-time payment for annual subscription to all Missouri deskbooks - Complete access to all Missouri deskbooks for one year, for a one-time payment of $795.
$160 one-time payment for annual subscription to one deskbook - Complete access to a single deskbook or deskbooks for one year, for a one-time payment of $160 each.
$79 per month, 12 months: All Deskbooks - Annual subscription to all deskbooks paid monthly: Complete access to all Missouri deskbooks for one year, for 12 monthly payments of $79.
$16 per month, 12 months: Single Deskbook -Annual subscription to individual deskbooks paid monthly: Complete access to a single deskbook for one year, for 12 monthly payments of $16 per deskbook.
$175 per year, special rate for Missouri Bar Association members - Annual subscription to federal and bankruptcy court filings.
Fastcase is beta testing Forecite, a search feature akin to Westlaw's ResultsPlus.
After running a search, you'll see a message like this, with the option to view those results.
Authority check searches for other cases that cite your case and displays the results as a list of hyperlinked case names. This is a great research tool for finding related precedents, or to help determine the continuing value of a case as a precedent. In addition, you can use Authority Check on the Results page to sort search results in order of authority – with the most often-cited cases at the top of the list. Note that authority check only lists citing precedents in the Fastcase database.