Courtney Minick nails it: . . . if you want to cite to judicial law, you must pay to access the Reporter’s opinions. Sounds crazy, but it's true. As a law student I wasn't aware of the problem. But it frequently holds me back, now that I'm building online information systems. E.g., say some text … Continue reading This is Why We Need Universal Legal Citation
Quisitive is a one-of-a-kind app for screening name ideas, searching U.S. trademarks, and learning about branding, naming, trademark, and copyright. We've developed it to the same high standards as OregonLaws.org: citations for every piece of information, high readability, and excellent user experience. See the Quisitive website for more information.
Each of the 30,000+ pages now has a citation to its source, including a live hyperlink and the last accessed date.