John Joergensen of the Rutgers Camden Law Library has created a new, free, full-text database of what appear to be all judicial decisions issued by U.S. state and federal courts from January 2011 to present: State and Federal Caselaw from the RECOP Project.
The user interface of the Rutgers-Camden RECOP database — which appears to use the Swish-e open source search engine — enables Boolean search queries and filtering by state or federal judicial circuit.
The Rutgers-Camden database appears to be the first system on the free Web to make use of RECOP data.
The Rutgers-Camden database is part of the Rutgers-Camden Digital Law Library, which Joergensen has developed.
Tags: Carl Malamud, Court decisions, Free access to law, John Joergensen, Judicial decisions, Law.gov, Public access to legal information, RECOP, Report of Current Opinions, Rutgers Camden digital collections, Rutgers Camden digital law library, Swish-e