The NH Bar Association currently offers Casemaker as a no-cost benefit to members, providing access to online legal research. A member-led work group is reviewing options for renewing our arrangement with Casemaker or using another source. We are interested in members' experiences with Casemaker and with other legal research resources. Your cooperation will be very helpful
If you have any questions or additional feedback, contact Dan Wise at
(The following is a slightly revised version of the survey initially sent out.)

* 1. Which best describes you?

* 2. How long have you been practicing law?

* 3. What are your areas of practice? (Check all that apply)

* 4. About how often do you conduct legal research?

* 5. How often do you conduct legal research for each of the following purposes?

  Daily Weekly Monthly Semi Annually Annually
To find case law for my own use
To check case law cited by others
To find statutes and regulations
To find law review articles
To find decisions issued by a particular judge
Other (please specify)

* 6. How often do you use each of the following sources to conduct legal research?

  Often Sometimes Rarely Never
Statutes/Case law in books
Westlaw online
Google Scholar
Google Search

* 7. When using an online legal resource, which of the following is most important?

* 8. If you have used Casemaker, please describe what you have found to be its most helpful attributes. What are its biggest problems or issues?

* 9. If you use a source other than Casemaker as your primary legal research resource, please name it and its most helpful attributes. What are its biggest problems or issues?

* 10. Have you ever used a smart phone to conduct legal research?