The legal research service Casemaker has entered into a partnership with the public records search service Tracers to offer its users access to public records at a discounted price.

Casemaker subscribers who wish to search public records will not do so within Casemaker. Rather, they are now able to sign up for Tracers using a registration form within the Casemaker4 platform. They will then be redirected to Tracers to complete the company’s credentialing process, and where they will receive special pricing.

Both companies say they are exploring the development of a deeper integration for the future.

Last month, as I reported here, the legal research company Casetext likewise announced a partnership with Tracers to provide access to public records. Its partnership similarly redirected users to the Tracers site.

Tracers is a provider of public records data to law firms, software integrators, technology partners and others.