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South Eastern Reporter®, 2d (National Reporter System®)

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 1950-2020
Service #: 22012106
Sub #: 21012106
Publication Frequency: Varies
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South Eastern Reporter®, 2d (National Reporter System®)

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This set is a regional caselaw reporter series in West's® National Reporter System. This product covers opinions and decisions from 1939 to date issued by the state courts of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. Cases published in this product series are enhanced with headnotes, Key Numbers, and synopses prepared by an internal staff of highly trained attorney editors.

Features

  • Wests Key Number System organizes the law and helps you identify additional on-point cases fast
  • Prepared headnotes describe each holding of a judicial opinion, incorporating key facts and reasoning
  • Key Number Digest section catalogs headnotes and Key Numbers for all judicial opinions included in that volume
  • West Codenotes indicate an opinion held a statute or federal regulation unconstitutional, preempted, or invalid
  • Advance sheets are published regularly (usually weekly), so you have the most recent cases as soon as possible
  • Synopses summarize the procedure and most significant holdings of a judicial opinion