Staying up to date with case law can be achieved via a variety of methods. The most common methods are court alerts and citator alerts.
Many courts allow you to subscribe to email notifications for new decisions, including:
A case citator is a research tool that lists cases that have in some way mentioned, followed, overruled, or discussed a specific case. The following tools allow you to receive an alert when new cases are added.
For more information on case citators, see our Legal Research Manual.