Atlantic Reporter

The Atlantic Reporter is a United States regional case law reporter. It is part of the National Reporter System created by John B. West for West Publishing Company, which is now part of Thomson West.[1][2]

The Atlantic Reporter contains select opinions of state supreme courts and lower appellate courts from the following jurisdictions:

The first series of the Atlantic Reporter was published from 1895 until 1938, for 200 volumes. The Atlantic Reporter, Second Series, was published from 1939 until 2010, for 999 volumes. The Atlantic Reporter, Third Series, is published from 2010 to the present. The citation forms for these series are A., A.2d, and A.3d respectively.

References

  1. ^ Map of West's National Reporter System
  2. ^ Albaum, Shelly (2002-10-15). "Past, Present and Future: The National Reporter System Celebrates Historic Anniversary". LLRX. Retrieved 2009-06-07. 

External links

  • Atlantic Reporter, 2dOfficial West Publishing site for the


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