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Jureeka! Creates Links to Cases, Statutes, etc. in Ordinary Webpages

Jureeka! is a new Firefox add-on that looks for legal citations in ordinary web pages and turns them into hyperlinks that lead to a free version of the cited source. Pretty nifty. You can download it at the Jureeka! blog, but you'll need to register first.

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It apparently works for statutes, case law, regulations, federal court rules, international law sources, and more. See source coverage spreadsheet for a complete listing.

Jureeka! also has a toolbar which allows you to search for source material by legal citation and to find HTML versions of PDF pages.

Source: ALL-SIS listserv