The next generation of legal research platforms has arrived. USF law students, staff, and faculty now have access to Ravel Law, which includes case searching with data-visualization and judge analytics. Ravel takes case searching to a whole new level by providing intuitive data-visualization features so that you can easily identify the most important cases and see connections between cases. Take a look at this short video of case searching with data visualization.
Ravel’s judge analytics provides current information about federal court judges, including a biographical profile, as well as a comprehensive list of decisions authored by the judge, the cases that the judge cites to most frequently, and decisions citing them. Watch Ravel's short judge analytics video demonstrating this helpful tool.
Access is by IP address, so you must be working on a computer within the USF Law network to use Ravel Law. Go to Ravel Law now and sign up using your USF email address. As always, please contact the Zief research librarians if you need help navigating this new research platform.