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Casemaker Weekly - June 6th

Wednesday, June 6, 2018  

This week we talk about our new website, how to navigate to your search terms and using the OR search.



Casemaker has a new company website at The new website features a clean, uncluttered design, enhanced functionality, and an expanded offering of instructional video and webinar content. This new site is also a preview of what is to come!


According to Sarah Gorman, Chief Operating Officer at Casemaker the new site “provides visitors with clear and robust descriptions of our products and services..” And she adds, “…the site’s design mirrors that of the next major release of our legal research system scheduled for later this year, offering our customers the promise of a truly integrated experience across platforms.”

Finding Your Search Terms

You’ve done your search with your keyword or keywords and you have pulled up your first result to read the case. Now, where in the world are your search terms even mentioned? You can find them using the Search Terms arrows in the gray toolbar. Located just above the title when you are reading the case is a gray toolbar. Here you see options to return to results, arrows to move around your list of results documents, as well as the phrase Search Terms with arrows on either side. Clicking on either arrow will take you to the next search term above or below where you are in the case you are viewing.

Using the OR Search

Sometimes you may find you actually want a case that mentions either one term OR another term. That is where the OR search comes in. For example, using the query alimony OR support will give you cases which mention either word.

That is all for this week! We will back with more tips and tricks next week. Thanks again for making Casemaker a Valued Member Benefit.

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