Q. Do I need to pay a fee to access a document on Bloomberg Law’s Docket Search?


No. For federal dockets, you will be able to retrieve most of the filings that are available on PACER, the electronic public access service for U.S. federal court documents, without incurring any charges associated with accessing PACER directly. If Bloomberg Law has electronic access to the document, any associated fee will be waived for you as an academic user. If a document is not available electronically (e.g., the document must be retrieved in person from the court using a courier service), you will be notified that the document falls outside our Bloomberg Law subscription. For more information, please see the Dockets & Court Documents section of our Briefs, Oral Arguments and Other Court Documents Research Guide.

For more help searching dockets and documents on Bloomberg Law, or for assistance locating dockets and documents that are not available on Bloomberg Law, please contact the Reference Desk.

  • Last Updated May 21, 2019
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  • Answered By Erie Taniuchi

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