An article in Friday’s online Business Courier makes the announcement of the Ohio State Bar Association’s adding Kentucky to its Casemaker online research consortium beginning in April 2006, bringing to 22 the number of states participating in the program since its inception in 1999. (OSBA press release)
The libraries of each individual participating state bar association are called unique because they are the domain of that association and tailored to local needs rather than other services which might be more generalized. Member states post their own “user manuals” reflecting their particular contents.
There’s a good background article on Casemaker on LLRX.com by T.R. Halvorson and Margi Heinen from back in September 2002.