Forget about PACER, y’all.
No, seriously, stop worrying about it. The crappy interface. The ridiculous format. The unjust costs. It doesn’t matter. None of it. I’m telling you it doesn’t matter if the data in PACER ever gets set free.
I mean, don’t get
I like to think of myself as a fairly mellow chick. I can discuss controversial topics with those whom I disagree violently with in a calm and rational manner.
And then someone mentions PACER and all bets are off.
I start talking about PACER and before I know it I turn into a wild-eyed ranting
The following is essentially the gist of my portion of the “Law Schools and the Free Access to Law Movement” talk I gave at the Conference for Law School Computing last month. This link to the session contains my slides as well as a video of me speaking.
Is your law school supported
Disruption is definitely the hot term du jour. It mostly is a fancy way of saying “change”, but that doesn’t quite do it justice. Go read this wonderful post by Jordan Furlong on “What Disruption Really Means.” Go on. I’ll wait.
As with change, many