To find cases on point, consult a secondary legal source on your topic. Secondary sources could include a legal treatise, coursepack, textbook, casebook, legal encyclopedia, case digest service or journal article. Review the commentary and make note of any relevant citations to case law. When you find a case on point, noteup the case to find other relevant cases.
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