Tag Archives: Open judicial data

Mill: Following the FISA Court: New Website, New Data

Eric Mill has posted Following the FISA Court: New Website, New Data, at his blog. Here are excerpts from the post: Short version: The FISA Court has a new website, and @FISACourt is way smarter because I’m turning their entire … Continue reading

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Carver and Lissner: Free Law Virtual Machine

Professor Dr. Brian Carver of the University of California, Berkeley, and Michael Lissner, have announced the availability of Free Law Virtual Machine, a new set of tools from Free Law Project. Here are excerpts of the announcement: A goal of … Continue reading

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Carver and Lissner: Free Law Project

Free Law Project has been launched by Professor Dr. Brian Carver of the University of California, Berkeley, and Michael Lissner, MIMS, of CourtListener. They have a new post about the project: Non-Profit “Free Law Project” Formed to Create an Open … Continue reading

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Law Mining Hackathon at OKCon, 16-19 September 2013: Links and Resources

A Law Mining Hackathon is being held 16-19 September 2013, at OKCon 2013: Open Knowledge Conference, being held in Geneva, Switzerland. The event is organized by Opendata.ch, and is co-sponsored by the University of Geneva and the Open Knowledge Conference … Continue reading

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CanLII launches API

Colin Lachance of the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII) tells us that CanLII, which provides free access to Canadian law, has opened an application programming interface (API). A description appears below. Colin has a new post at Slaw.ca that provides … Continue reading

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Aaron Swartz Memorial Grants to further development of RECAP open law repository

On 3 February 2013 an additional $10,000 for the Aaron Swartz Memorial Grants — which fund the development of the RECAP project aimed at increasing public access to U.S. federal judicial information — were announced by Stephen Schultze of Princeton’s … Continue reading

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Glassmeyer: Free Law Users Group

Sarah Glassmeyer, JD, MLS, of CALI has launched Free Law Users Group, on the pbworks platform. Here is the description: This group is for sharing news and developments in the Free Law world. Primarily it will serve as a conduit … Continue reading

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