Tag Archives: PACER

RECAP: PACER Spelled Backwards is Good News for Researchers

The CourtListener RECAP resource is a gem! A joint undertaking with Free Law Project leading the way, this resource provides free searching and downloading of approximately 3.4 million PACER orders and opinions. Where RECAP truly shines, however, is in addressing … Continue reading

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New Legal Research Site on the Block

In an already crowded field, CourtListener, the newest free legal research website in town, impresses with its repositories of millions of legal opinions, thousands of judge reports (primarily directory type information), an audio collection of  oral arguments, and millions of … Continue reading

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Quick Update re/PACER Issue: Good News

My recent post titled Impact of PACER Changes: it is not Good News lamented the fact that a great trove of court filings had been removed from PACER, but now some clarification is in order. Indeed, the court dockets for … Continue reading

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Impact of PACER Changes: It is not Good News

Recently PACER announced significant changes regarding the unavailability of older docket filings in several courts. A post from the University of North Carolina Law Library blog succinctly lays out exactly what has happened to the information removed from PACER and … Continue reading

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