How To Search

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Search Tips

While it is sometimes useful to do a free word search - You may also wish to use Boolean Connectors in the search bar.

  • QUOTATIONS (use quotations to ensure a concept will be searched for as a whole)
  • AND (use AND to search for documents that contain each term)
  • OR (use OR to search for documents containing at least one of the terms
  • NOT (use NOT to exclude documents that contain the term after)

 

USING THE SEARCH BAR

  1. Type your term(s) into the search field.
    (Keyword, Title, ISBN, Author, Practice Area, Jurisdiction)
  2. Click the search button or press enter
  3. Click on a document link to display

 

    Search Results

    You may use search filters in conjuction with eachother

    USING FREE AND PREMIUM FILTERS
    Search results will include both FREE and PREMIUM material.

    The FREE filter will limit your search results to public domain materials.
    The PREMIUM filter will limit your search results to JURIS' premium content (chapters and articles). These materials are included in a full subscription or available on an individual chapter sale basis.

    USING PRACTICE AREA AND JURISDICTION TAGS

    1. Click on Search the Database on the homepage menu or Legal Research in the header menu
    2. Type your term(s) into the search field
      (Keyword, Title, ISBN, Author, Practice Area, Jurisdiction)
    3. Use filters on right side of search results page to refine your results
    4. Once search results are returned, you may filter by Practice Area and Jurisdiction

    USING SORT BY DATE FILTER

    After search results are returned, you may filter by NEWEST. This will weight search results so that newly published materials appear towards the top of results.
    You may also  filter by OLDEST. This will weight search results so that the older published materials appear towards the top of results.