Legal databases often provide a range of links and resources relevant to the case you are looking for.
Every database differs slightly in how it presents this information. See below to learn how some of the most commonly used databases arrange their secondary sources.
Enter your search in the search box. The case citation is the most accurate method, but using the case name can yield good results as well.
When viewing your search results, click AU Secondary Materials from the navigation menu across the top of the results screen to access a wide range of secondary sources related to your search topic.
Watch this short video for more tips on how to search Lexis Advance Pacific - including how to locate secondary materials relating to cases:
Use AustLII's citator LawCite to find resources relating to a case or legislation.
Enter the case name or citation to find the case.
At the top of the screen you'll find links which direct you to various related resources. Click Law Journal Articles Referring to this Case to see articles referring to the case or legislation searched for.
Watch this short video for more tips on how to search AustLII - including how to locate secondary materials relating to cases:
Watch this short video for more tips on how to search HeinOnline: