Free Law Project We Have Every Free PACER Opinion on

Librarian News Digest

Vol. 6, No. 162

Listen to This – Free PACER!, a free site from the non-profit Free Law Project, has made a big announcement that researchers will not want to miss. In the wake of the biggest internet crawl the group has ever launched, they share, “After nearly a year of work, and with support from the U.S. Department of Labor and Georgia State University, we have collected every free written order and opinion that is available in PACER.” Not only they collected those orders and opinions, they have made them freely available to us all. Check out Sabrina Pacifici’s entry on this development at: Free Law Project – We Have Every Free PACER Opinion on

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