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Access to Subscription Databases
Vermont Law Available Through Subscription Databases
Utilizing a sophisticated search platform, Bloomberg Law provides access to Vermont primary law, including select docket and company information. Secondary materials, with an emphasis on law reviews and BNA treatises, are included as well as the BCite citator.
In conjunction with the Vermont Bar Association, Casemaker provides affordable access to Vermont primary law including cases, statutes, court rules, and select administrative decisions.
In addition to a Vermont law reviews and journals, HeinOnline provides Vermont session laws beginning in 1778 as well as select historic statutory codes.
Lexis provides Vermont primary law materials, including select unpublished cases and select municipal codes, as well as extensive secondary resources. The robust annotations increase research efficiency and enhance the scope of the Shepards citator. Lexis' strength lies with its sophisticated search platform as well as its expansive range of contemporary materials.
PACER provides access to select filings and dockets from federal courts; including Vermont federal district, circuit, and bankruptcy courts. The Vermont Law School community should contact firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain PACER documents.
Vermont Courts Online
Vermont Courts Online provides access to calendar information for all of Vermont's Criminal, Family, and Civil Divisions; as well as detailed case information for the Civil Divisions (civil and small claims cases) for all Units of the Vermont Superior Court. The Vermont Law School library does not maintain a subscription to this service.
Westlaw provides Vermont primary law materials, including select unpublished cases, as well as extensive secondary resources. The robust annotations, including headnotes and key numbers, increase research efficiency and enhance the scope of the KeyCite citator. Westlaw's strength lies with its sophisticated search platform as well as its expansive range of contemporary materials.