Casemaker Libra

  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

What is Casemaker Libra?

Casemaker Libra is an online searchable library of a variety of source materials mainly containing legal content and linked to the Casemaker database on formal citations. You may subscribe to an individual item (i.e., agency rule set or a single monthly bulletin, to a practice area library, or to the All-Publications Library. Subscriptions are for one year, and you will have access to any supplements or new publications added during that year to a practice area library or All-Publications Library subscription. Typical links into the Casemaker system include case law, statutes, acts, and administrative codes. You may browse or search individual books or search by practice area library or All-Publications Library, depending on your subscriptions.

Can more than one person participate?

Subscriptions are at the individual level. Please see End User License Agreement applicable to your subscription.

To whom do I direct questions of a technical nature?

For technical support, please call 1-844-838-0790.

While searching or browsing, the system asked me to subscribe even after I had purchased a subscription – why is that?

Your subscription to the book or practice area library may have expired. You can log in and check expiration dates on the “My Account” page.


How do I access the books after a successful subscription purchase?

Upon registration, you should receive a confirmation email with full instructions. If you do not have this email a book can be accessed as follows:

  1. Log in with email and password to the Casemaker Libra website.
  2. Under “My Account” the books you have subscribed to will be displayed.
  3. Click on “View Online” next to your purchased title.

How do I pay?

You pay online using a credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or American Express) via the Casemaker secure e-commerce server.

Why would I buy a regulation when it is available for free online as provided by the Georgia Secretary of State website?

Casemaker Libra offers regulations in PDF format so you can download them for offline use and printing at any time. In addition, the Casemaker Libra site has search and browse features with access to the Monthly Bulletins which lists new and modified rules.