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  • Last update: 6 years ago
  • Version: 3.0.1
  • Size: 6.7 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Fastcase
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Fastcase Review

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Fastcase Review

Fastcase for the iPhone/iPad is a free legal research application, putting the American law library in the palm of your hand. Fastcase contains cases and statutes from all 50 states and from the federal government. You can search by citation, keyword (in Boolean or natural language), or browse statute collections.


- Free, searchable library of American cases and statutes
- Keyword (Boolean), natural language, and citation search
- Browse or search statutes
- Most relevant results first
- Customizable, sortable search results
- Search results automatically display number of citing cases
- Jump right to most relevant paragraph of any case or statute
- Integrated research history
- Save favorite documents for use later
- Updated daily

Fastcase for the iPhone has won the prestigious American Association of Law Libraries New Product of the Year Award, and the iPad app includes great new features that take advantage of the larger screen area. Now you can view search results in a side panel while reading a document, enjoy portrait or landscape views, and see multiple levels of statute outline views.

Fastcase for the iPhone/iPad also uses smart search technology from Fastcase’s fully-featured Web-based legal research application, which allows you to sort the most relevant results to the top of the list, customize and re-sort search results, and integrate citation analysis tools right into the results list.

This application is free, but you’ll need to register an account so that you can save favorites and your own customized search history. There are tons of customizable features, so the more you use the Fastcase app, the better it fits you!

Fastcase’s desktop application ( is widely considered the smartest alternative for legal research – allowing visual mapping of search results, dual-column printing, and more complete citation analysis and sorting tools. Fastcase was founded in 1999 and has hundreds of thousands of subscribers from around the world.

Fastcase for the iPhone/iPad is the world’s largest free mobile law library. Happy searching!


"The short version of my review is this: I was impressed. The app is easy to use and produces lightning-fast results. . . . For legal research on the go, at any time, and for zero cost, this is a must-have for any lawyer with an iPhone." - Bob Ambrogi,

"The Fastcase iPhone app is an extremely solid app which probably won't be dethroned as the king of mobile legal research anytime soon." - Joshua Auriemma,

"The largest free law library available on the iPhone. . . . This is a surprisingly robust legal research tool that will allow its users to find cases and statutes wherever they are, whenever they want, all for free." - Bob Ambrogi

"Will it be long before students are required to purchase iPhones for law school in addition to, or instead of, laptops?" - James B. Levy, Legal Writing Professor Blog

"The Legal Universe At Your Fingertips, For Free!" - Brad Bogan, Fifth Circuit Blog

2010 Winner, New Product of the Year Award, American Association of Law Libraries


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  • B
    I would first like to note that I am but a mere pre-law student so consider that when deciding how much stock to put into my review. I have had all access passes to both Westlaw and LexisNexis (about 6 months each). This app is not a complete replacement for either. That said, as a FREE tool to look up case law and statutory law in a pinch, this app is excellent! With a little practice you will be reading court rulings based on the doctrine of quantum meruit or discovering how 18 U.S.C Sec. 6002 discusses "immunity in general." Cons: I don't like that you have to sign into the app every time you want to use it. This seems like a very unnecessary step considering that this app is free to use and the app contains none of my personal information. Secondly, an option to "shepardize" the case rulings is a must add feature. Access to case law is only as helpful as ones ability to ensure that what they are reading is in fact "good law". All in all, I'd give the app a 9 out of 10. With a few tweaks and the addition of a "shepardize" feature, this app would be a 12 out of 10.
  • E
    This is by far the best and most accessible law library, especially for blind users. I like having the ability to know of the specific facts surrounding the case, and not just the notes of decision. I also like having the statutes of all 50 states and the United States Code. My requests include being able to stay logged into the application, the ability to send saved documents by email, the addition of the Federal and state court and administrative rules, including the Code of Federal Regulations, and the ability to locate the notes of decisions pertaining to a statute or administrative section number. Also, the Constitution should be added, as well as the Constitutions of all 50 states. Great work Fast Case! It's time to put West's monopoly out of business!
  • c
    Fastcase is a wonderful app with lousy support. There is absolutely no reason why the company wouldn't be part of Apple's developer program so that they could secure an early release of the operating system so that their software will work with the new release. As a result, the app doesn't work under iOS 8. At all. It hangs indefinitely. I called tech support and their response was only "we're aware and we're working on it." No prior warning informing me that if I upgrade my software will become toast. So now, I have a useless brick of an app sitting on my iPad, with no idea of when an update will be released.

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