You rely on Westlaw and other editorial products from Thomson Reuters for every case – but have you ever wondered about the experts who work on an opinion before it gets to you? We followed a very important case for 2013 – Arizona v. the Intertribal Council of Arizona – through the editorial process at the Legal business of Thomson Reuters, beginning the moment the decision was handed down by the United States Supreme Court.
The court held that Arizona’s evidence-of-citizenship requirement was preempted by the National Voter Registration Act. But how do you find this quickly? How does this decision affect other decisions? In what forms can you find this information? The Thomson Reuters attorney editors and important tools like the key number system and validity italics can answer all of these questions and more.
Satisfy your curiosity and learn about the Thomson Reuters editorial process by joining us for A Day in the Life of a Case.Tags: Andy Martens, Arizona, Day in the Life of a Case, Editorial, Intertribal Council of Arizona, National Voter Registration Act, Westlaw