Bankruptcy Court Thinks its Recordings Are More Valuable Than Justin Bieber’s
The Minnesota bankruptcy court just announced (pdf) that it will be making digital audio files of court proceedings available to the public through PACER for $2.40 each. That’s substantially more than Bieber’s singles go for, and probably no better for dancing. What I really wonder, however, is whether the court system is making a profit […]
Publishing the Law For Posterity #LVI2012
One of my favorite talks at the Law Via the Internet Conference turned out to be from Frank Wagner, retired U.S. Supreme Court Reporter of Decisions.
What is the Law Via the Internet Conference (#LVI2012) About — and Why Should You Care?
LVI 2012 is “good ideas about putting law on the Internet, from all over the world.”
Book Review: The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet (12th Edition)
"Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet" is a thorough resource for lawyers seeking to use the Internet to conduct free investigative and legal research.
Get Federal Rules for iPad FREE Today
Download the rulebook app, get the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure, Bankruptcy Procedure, Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure and Evidence free.
Is Legal Publishing a Dying Industry?
From a Liberum Capital report highlighted by Jason Wilson at rethinc.k: Legal publishing margins have fallen from an estimated 25% in 2008 to 14% in 2011, and organic revenue growth has seen two years of organic revenue declines followed by anaemic growth in 2011. We do not see this recovering. It is clear that the […]
Some Overhead is Necessary
We recently made a large addition to our monthly overhead. But is the cost worth it?
Being Paperless in Court
Being caught unprepared to hand over a critical document in court is especially terrifying to lawyers who are paperless.
Wolfram Alpha’s Lawyer’s Professional Assistant
What if you could review a dictionary of legal terms or research statutes of limitations from one iPhone app?
Google Scholar Advanced Legal Research Tips
This guide to Google Scholar will point out various features and benefits to Scholar and have you doing powerful yet free legal searches in no time.
Legal Research Alerts: More Money Doesn’t Mean Faster Results
When it comes to avoiding the outdated legal research nightmare, you may not need an expensive legal research service.
Is Your Law Firm Ready For the Singularity?
Watson's Jeopardy challenge could herald the coming of the Singularity--and a revolution in legal research. But what about robot judges?
Google Scholar Now Lets You Research Opinions from Specific Courts
See the new advanced search preferences in Google Scholar, which allow researchers to find opinions from specific courts.
Amplify Google Scholar with CiteStack
Why lawyers should consider using CiteStack if they research with Google Scholar.