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Posts by gwilson
Another Post of Interest about Legal Research Instruction: "The Fight to Bring Legal Research to the Front"
by gwilson on September 16, 2017 4:34 pmThe Fight to Bring Legal Research to the Front September 14, 2017 by Brandon [Nichole] Wright Adler Some arguably very cogent highlights from the post: … What I quickly learned as [a recent] lecture [to the Advanced Legal Research course about the economics of legal research] went on is that … 3L law students [are]…
Yet More Re: PACER -- Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and a coalition of 17 other media organizations file amicus brief in support of limiting fees for accessing electronic court record
by gwilson on September 16, 2017 3:40 pmPlease see the press release here. The specific, ongoing case involved is National Veterans Legal Services Program v. United States of America (D.D.C. no. 16-00745) and the brief amicus curiae filed on Tuesday, September 5, 2017 is here. H/t to Law Librarian Blog here.
New Article on PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]: "The Price of Ignorance: The Constitutional Cost of Fees for Access to Electronic Public Court Records"
by gwilson on September 16, 2017 2:57 pmThe full citation is: Stephen Schultze, The Price of Ignorance: The Constitutional Cost of Fees for Access to Electronic Public Court Records, 106 Georgetown Law Journal __ (forthcoming 2018) and the abstract reads: The United States federal judiciary maintains a system called PACER, “Public Access to Court Electronic Records.” PACER is the public gateway into…