'Link rot%u2019 is degrading legal research and case cites. This article posits that broken links on the Internet pose big problems for those who need to follow the precedents and opinions of the legal system. Every law student learns that the law is based upon an analysis of prior cases, which create precedent that helps humans know what the law is. "Stare Decisis", (to stand by the decision) informs our legal system, and serves as a basis for courts to rule. They often change, of course; but, scholars and lawyers read the opinions of prior courts so that they can advise clients on the current state of the law. Now, studies are finding that Internet links in those opinions are broken, as the Internet evolves and changes, and websites are moved and lost. The solution may be that a paper or digital record must be made of all citations to Internet resources at the time of the brief or opinion. The more things change, the more they remain the same.