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FindLaw's RSS Feeds Deliver Customized Case Law Updates

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By Nicole Johnson, JD on May 18, 2011 6:51 AM

There was a time when you had to search for case law by scanning dozens of online court databases or legal services websites. Well, those days are over.

Now the law can come to you automatically! FindLaw's new RSS case law feeds provide a quick and easy way to stay up-to-date on new cases in one convenient place.

Whether you have a blooming interest in the law or just want to follow how justice plays out in the courts -- we've got an RSS feed for you.

RSS feeds allow you to look at content without browsing for it. Results are then delivered to your RSS feeder or email inbox using the parameters you select.

You can read cases as soon as they are received by FindLaw and be among the first to know when a local business or individual is being sued.

Finally, you can add FindLaw case law feeds to your personal webpage or blog and keep your readers informed of new case developments.

With auto case notification from 80 courts and counting, you're bound to find something that sparks your interest.

We've included decisions from all U.S. Courts of Appeal, 44 State Supreme Courts, and 29 State Courts of Appeal. If you want to see cases from only Arizona, for example, you can subscribe to Arizona's Supreme Court updates RSS feed.

How Do I Subscribe?

1. Click here to go to FindLaw's main RSS Feeds page.

2. After reading the Terms of Use, scroll down and click on the orange feed icon next to the court you're interested in subscribing to.

3. Next, choose the reader where you'd like to view the delivered content, such as Google Reader, My Yahoo, or FeedDemon.

4. When FindLaw receives an opinion from the selected court, you will receive notice and a link to the full decision.

What will you do with all the time that FindLaw's RSS feeds will save you? With us working for you behind-the-scenes, you can now get back to doing other things such as skydiving, deep-sea fishing and knitting. Enjoy.

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