Unique and Intuitive Features
- Free, searchable eBook of one month's judicial opinions
- Advance sheets for each state, federal circuit, and U.S. Supreme Court
- Published and unpublished opinions
- Volumes begin with summaries of opinions included
- Works on most e-readers including iPad, Kindle, Nook, and Android tablets
- Text can be highlighted, shared, annotated and read anywhere
- First look at judicial opinions from around the country in eBook format, replacing printed law books
Fastcase Advance Sheets for your e-Reader
Fastcase has replaced the heavy, voluminous, redundant caselaw reporter with modern eBooks that are slim, light, and beautiful. Fastcase's Advance Sheets are more comprehensive than traditional paper tomes, because they include all decided cases - even "unpublished" opinions that won't be printed in the books (but which are precedential in many courts, and often contain persuasive authority).
And because the Fastcase collection is in eBook format, it will work on most e-readers, including iPad, Kindle, Nook, and Android tablets. That also means that text can be highlighted, copied, shared, annotated, rotated, read on an airplane or train, or even on a beach. And instead of reading an entire paper advance sheet, Fastcase's eBooks can be searched for key terms, and they include introductory summaries highlighting the issues in each case.
What critics are saying about Fastcase e-Books
"Now comes the latest news from these renegades of legal publishing: free advance sheets in e-book format, covering every state and federal appeals court, including the Supreme Court." Bob Ambrogi, LawSites Blog
"My early look at the Fastcase Advance Sheets leads me to believe that they have the potential to be a game changer to many lawyers and their staffs allowing them to break free from expensive subscription fees." Nerino Petro, Compujurist
"If there is one consistent theme that comes from the folks at Fastcase, it is that they are not afraid to challenge the status quo. This time around, Fastcase is putting fresh spin on the old idea of providing advanced sheet of court opinions in a compiled format. " Greg Lambert, 3 Geeks and a Law Blog