There are several ways to research your topic for this paper, but the easiest way is to follow these steps to get started! Start with the literature (secondary sources) and then move onto the law (primary sources).
1) Start with subject specific databases to find out opinions concerning your paper topic.
When searching in HeinOnline, the first place to go for this paper is:
1) Browse by Database Name (second box on the homepage), then choose, Law Journal Library.
2) Search on the Full Text tab to see articles from law journals concerning your topic (you can use the same search you used in the subject specific databases). These articles are great in helping you gather more opinions about your topic and to discover case numbers and other sources to explore.
3) To search actual cases, go to the Case Law tab and put in the case number. Case law are primary sources for your paper.
Note: When searching for case law numbers you need to put in the full case number. Here are some examples of complete numbers: 249 U.S. 47, 389 U.S. 347, 137 S. Ct. 1678, 550 U.S. 618, 57 F.Supp.3d 1203