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South Western Reporter

The South Western Reporter, South Western Reporter Second, and South Western Reporter Third are United States regional case law reporters. 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 South Western Reporter contains published appellate court case decisions for:

When cited, the South Western Reporter, South Western Reporter Second, and South Western Reporter Third are abbreviated "S.W.", "S.W.2d", and "S.W.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. 


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