This LibGuide is to help students find the sources to do cite checking. The information and links given are those which are most likely to efficiently lead to the information needed. There are often many possible sources for the text of a case, a law, etc., so if you cannot find a particular source, please contact the Reference Desk for help. You can stop by, call 216-368-5206, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For an overview of library services for journal staffers see the research guide Library Services for Student Journals.
Before looking for a source - ask yourself - are they citing the public law, the current code, or the code at a specific point in time.
Is the State's Official Source Online?
The American Association of Law Libraries has gathered information about state online legal information. The site gives direct links and identifies characteristics of the online information such as if it is official, authenticate, and if copyrights: Online Legal Information Resources (last updated 2022).
T2 Foreign Jurisdictions is only available online (open access)