Pacific Reporter

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The Pacific Reporter, Second Series, here including cases from 1995 and 1996

The Pacific Reporter, Pacific Reporter Second, and Pacific 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 Pacific Reporter contains published appellate court case decisions for:

When cited, the Pacific Reporter, Pacific Reporter Second, and Pacific Reporter Third are abbreviated "P.", "P.2d", and "P.3d", respectively.

Date ranges[edit]

The first Pacific Reporter series only had 300 volumes, and spanned from January 1883 to June 1931 (1 P. 1 to 300 P. 1119). The second series, with 999 volumes, covered June 1931 to March 2000 (1 P.2d 1 to 999 P.2d 1310). The third series began in May 2000 with 1 P.3d 1.

References[edit]

  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.