A former computer programmer turned law professor and the Free Law Project are rolling out a new U.S. Supreme Court research tool to enable lawyers, law students and even clients to discover and visualize whole lines of cases quickly and with an eye to how future challenges may turn out.

Colin Starger, a professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, teamed up with the Free Law Project to develop and make freely available mapping software which anyone can use to create interactive maps of Supreme Court doctrines.

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