USF law school students, faculty, and staff now have access to Casemaker, which provides access to federal and state case law, statutes, and legal forms. With the exception of the legal forms library, Casemaker focuses on providing primary legal materials, such as statutes, cases, administrative decisions, and regulations. The California library includes: case law, unannotated statutes, regulations, attorney general opinions, ethics opinions, state court rules, jury instructions, session laws, and workers' compensation decisions.
To sign up, visit this page, and enter your USF email (must have the "@usfca.edu" suffix). Other email addresses (Gmail, Yahoo, etc.) will not work. Choose your own password, fill out the rest of the registration information, confirm your registration via email, and you're all ready to go! Casemaker has a detailed user guide (PDF) on how to use its search interface. Of course, the law librarians are always available to answer any questions you may have about Casemaker.