Casemaker, the Colorado Bar Association’s free legal research member benefit, has upgraded to the New Casemaker to provide you with new features and functionality that will greatly improve your legal research experience. The Colorado Bar Association is proud to announce the addition of Casemaker's suite of premium services at no cost to our members! Effective May 1, 2014, you have access to not only Casemaker's broad and comprehensive libraries which cover all 50 states and federal materials, but you also have access to a suite of tools that make research faster and easier. These premium services include Casecheck+, CiteCheck, and Casemaker Digest.
To make things easier, we have created video tutorials, specifically tailored for Colorado attorneys. The tutorials are broken down by chapters, allowing you to easily locate the information you need. In addition, trainings are available in person and via webinar. Contact your local bar association and suggest a CLE-accredited Casemaker demonstration. To schedule a Casemaker demo, contact Reba Nance.
February 2015 News! - Casemaker has now added the decisions of the United States Patent and Trademark Office to the federal library. They have started with the 2015 data but will be working backwards to add the others as well as keeping them up to date. The decisions are found in the Federal Materials listing under Patent Trials and under Trademark Trials.
Additional Federal Materials recently added: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Decisions and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines Manual.
Colorado Code of Regulations is now included in Casemaker
Tech Tuesdays webinar on Casemaker Premium Services
Advanced Search Techniques with Robert Linz.
Complimentary Casemaker Training Seminars/Webinars
To register, please RSVP to email@example.com and be sure to say whether you plan to attend in person or via webcast. There is no charge for the Casemaker trainings. CLE credit is available and all seminars are held on the 9th Floor in the Capitol Conference Room.
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