Nexis Uni is the best place to find cases and information about cases.
To search for the history of your case:
To find information about your case:
To find other cases about the subject of your case:
Caselaw Access Project (CAP)
For more than six years a team at Harvard University Law School’s Library Innovation Lab has been busy working on the Caselaw Access Project (CAP), an initiative to digitize a collection of 360 years worth of United States court cases dating from 1658 to 2018. The published CAP corpus comprises 6.4 million unique cases and over 40 million pages of U.S. federal, state, and territorial case law documents from the Law School library.
Supreme Court Database
This database will give you the specifics about your case, such as, Docket Number, Citations, Decision Type, Lower Court Details, and Vote Details.
Go to the Analysis tab and search by your case name in the box in the right-hand column.
A citation to a court case consists of an abbreviation indicating a particular court reported plus number indicating the volume and page number:
94 S Ct. 1009 Volume 94 of Supreme Court Reporter, page 1009
113 N.E.2d 321 Volume 113 of Northeastern Reporter 2d series, page 321
Legal Research: How to Find and Understand the Law in Hamilton Library KF240 .E35 2015
Legal Research in a Nutshell in King Library KF240 .O367 2018 (you can request this item to be sent to Hamilton so you can pick it up there)