Free electronic access to formally published Vermont cases
Vermont Supreme Court Opinions (1989-)
Google Scholar (selected coverage from 1791-)
Print format reporters, containing formally published Vermont cases
Vermont Reports. St. Albans, VT: J.Spooner, (1829-)
Atlantic Reporter. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing, (1886-1938)
Atlantic Reporter. Second Series. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing, (1939-1988).
West’s Atlantic Reporter. Second Series. St. Paul, MN: Thomson/West, (1988-)
Citators provide details regarding the history and subsequent treatment of cases.
Google Scholar's How Cited feature, and Leagle.com's Citing Cases feature, provides limited citation details for cases on those sites. Subscription based citators, such as Shepards, KeyCite, and BCite, are significantly more comprehensive.
Vermont print format Citators include
Shepard’s Atlantic Reporter Citations. Colorado Springs, CO: Shepard’s Citations.
Shepard’s Vermont Citations: Cases. Colorado Springs, CO: Shepard’s/ McGraw- Hill.
Unpublished cases and dockets are not formally reported but, as public records, are available directly from the courts. Occaisionally courts post these opinions to the web.
Applicablilty of unpublished cases varies by jurisidction. For Vermont state cases, see Vermont Rules of Appellate Procedure Rule 33.1(d)
Print format digests serve as a quasi index to the full text cases found in case reporter volumes.
Atlantic Reporter Digest. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing. (1764-1968)
West’s Atlantic Digest 2d St. Paul, MN: West Group. (1968-)
Vermont Key Number Digest. St. Paul: West Pub. Co., (1968-)
Vermont Law Week. Windsor, Vt.: William A. Hunter & Margaret M. Howland, (1990-)
Vermont Lawyer & Vermont Trial Court Reporter. Cavendish Center, VT.: William A. Hunter, (1996-)