The H2O Landmark Case Collection is a series of open casebooks based on the List of Landmark Court Decisions in the U.S. on Wikipedia.

Landmark cases are court decisions that change history, and law, on their ruling. This series contains 22 casebooks by topic and 250+ cases and resources made available by the Caselaw Access Project at Harvard Law School Library and more.

The H2O Landmark Case Collection was created with H2O, a platform for creating high quality, freely available online casebooks. Casebooks made available in this series can be used to create new resources in H2O - like adapting “Landmark Decisions: Freedom of Speech and of the Press” to include your own commentary and annotations.

We want this series to create building blocks for new open educational resources in law. Have you used H2O to create a new casebook, syllabus, or reading list? We’re excited to hear about it.