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CET259 Boundary Law I: Court Cases

Instructor: Brad Lyon

What is case law?

From Wikipedia:

Case law is the reported decisions of selected appellate and other courts (called courts of first impression) which make new interpretations of the law and, therefore, can be cited as precedents in a process known as stare decisis. These interpretations are distinguished from statutory law which are the statutes and codes enacted by legislative bodies; regulatory law (a.k.a. administrative law) which are regulations established by governmental agencies based on statutes; and in some states, common law which are the generally accepted laws carried to the United States from England.

Find Case Law

  • Enter keywords if looking up cases on your topic OR enter a specific case name as an exact phrase
  • Under the search box, check the button next to Case law, then select Pennsylvania courts
  • Click the search button
  • Enter keywords if looking up cases on your topic OR enter a specific case name as an exact phrase
  • Under the search box, check the button next to Case law, then select a specific court (federal, etc.) 
  • Click the search button