Bar News - September 22, 2006
Members’ Free Legal Research Improves
Casemaker, the country’s fastest-growing on-line legal research library and a no-cost benefit of New Hampshire Bar membership, will soon be sporting a brand-new look and, more important, better features.
Beginning October 21, 2006, Casemaker users will find expanded and simpler search capabilities, making the site even more user-friendly. Searching in Casemaker will continue to be as easy as typing a question—and users will go on using Boolean operators as well as natural language.
Casemaker will also maintain its unique Thesaurus function which allows searching for words that are similar or otherwise related to the object word—and users will still to be able to search by prefix and suffix expansions, another feature unique to Casemaker.
But the newest search enhancement will allow users to search in multiple state and federal libraries simultaneously. This feature will give attorneys broader results in a shorter period of time.
This lastest enhancement is just another example of Casemaker’s commitment to the members of the NH Bar Association.