New from Google Scholar: Search Within Cited Cases

New from Google Scholar: Search Within Cited Articles | ResourceShelf

Something new from the Google Scholar. You can now search within cited articles, legal opinions, and law journals. The Google Scholar Blog has more.

All of the “search within” features work when searching opinions and legal journals.

Example: Brown v. Board of Education, or 347 US 483 – Supreme Court 1954.

You see that this historic case has been cited 23,708 by other materials in the Google Scholar database. Now, select “search within” (below the main search box) and run a search. We searched “Detroit Public Schools” and received approx. 147 hits that appear in other opinions, law journals, other types of journals and books.

Thanks to Gary Price’s Resource Shelf.