Most bankruptcy-related decisions are routine and not reported.
Published decisions can be found in West's Bankruptcy Reporter (B.R.) which was started in 1980. The reporter includes decisions from bankruptcy courts, Bankruptcy Appellate Panels (BAPS), and bankruptcy-related district court opinions and appellate court decisions. The Bankruptcy Reporter is located on the second floor of the Law Library.
If you do not have a citation, but need to search for bankruptcy cases dealing with specific issues, use West's Bankruptcy Digest. A digest is a case finding tool. Topics are arranged alphabetically within the digest. The Bankruptcy Digest is located on the second floor of the Law Library, next to the Bankruptcy Reporter.
The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AOC) on behalf of the Federal Judiciary provides free bankruptcy information from and about the Judicial Branch of the U.S. Government. There are many official bankruptcy filing and procedure forms that must be used in bankruptcy proceedings. They are available through the AOC.
The site contains information on the following:
U.S. Supreme Court The Official website of the U.S. Supreme Court. Here you will find recent Supreme Court slip opinions and PDFs of the United States Reports, beginning with Volume 502 (October 1991).
The Oyez Project An archive of Supreme Court related materials including audio recordings of court proceedings.
Google Scholar is a great resource for identifying scholarly citations. Google Scholar aggregates academic citations and materials. You may also search for legal opinions using Google Scholar.
Below is a sample list of resources freely available to anyone with Internet access.