Public Access to Court Electronic Records
(PACER) is an online service of the United States Judiciary that provides case and docket information from federal appellate, district and bankruptcy courts.
If you are a law student and need to use PACER as a part of your research for a journal or class, or for a faculty-approved project, please visit the reference desk. Because there is a cost associated with PACER use, the library is only authorized to run PACER searches for limited academically approved searches for law students and faculty. If you need to use PACER extensively for your project, your project is work-related, or if you are not a law student or faculty member, you will need to set up your own PACER account.