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Case Law: Updating Cases

Citator LibGuide

Learn more about citators from the Citator LibGuide.

What is a citator?

A catalogued list of cases, statutes, and other legal sources showing the subsequent history and current precedential value of those sources. Citators allow researchers to verify the authority of a precedent and to find additional sources relating to a given subject." - Black’s Law Dictionary 8th ed.

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