Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Oct 05, 2022     Views: 517

View this Introduction to Nexis Uni video to learn how to use Nexis Uni more effectively


To find Supreme Court Cases in Nexis Uni:

1. Enter the library through the link in your classroom.

2. Select Nexis Uni from the A-Z Databases link under the main search box on the library's homepage.

3. Follow the directions in this FAQ:  How do I find a specific case using Nexis Uni?  


Additional Resources:

You can see the most recent decisions at the Legal Information Institute. They also have cases by topic, author or party from 1990-present and historic cases as well.

Chicago-Kent College of Law's Oyez Project also has transcripts of Supreme Court cases, as well as sound recordings of many cases.

For recent opinions, visit the Supreme Court's Opinions web page.


See Also:

Legal Studies & Paralegal Studies Research Strategies Guide

LexisNexis Lexis Nexis



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