Law schools, generally speaking, have two products: new lawyers and legal scholarship. While some people are skeptical about the value of legal scholarship, I tend to believe that there are at least
Outsourcing state law publication to a commercial entity isn’t inherently bad or a guarantee that access to the information will be limited. It does, however, complicate matters because it can mix copyrightable material into state created legal information that is not copyrightable. Related
I am recently returned from my first LegalTech New York. It gets knocked as being only about eDiscovery, and while that definitely was a prevailing topic both in the exhibit hall and presentations,
My morning twitter perusal brought this article to my attention.
The devil went down to Georgia looking for a code to steal…or so the State of Georgia would have you believe.
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
To catch you up from my earlier post, the unit of measurement for any culture or society is an idea. I break ideas down into three types: data, information and knowledge. Data is the most readily available and almost just…exists.