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Public Library of Law - PLoL
The Public Library of Law permits users to search all published opinions from 1950 to the present (except for the 11th Circuit from its inception in 1981 and the Federal Circuit from its inception in 1982).
United States Courts
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Briefs & Dockets
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The briefs and dockets information in Bloomberg Law is obtained from PACER, under the Litigation & Dockets tab.
- The first blog devoted to appellate litigation.
U.S. Eleventh Circuit
- From Findlaw, features daily summaries of federal appellate opinions and other court news
- Legal Blog Network - court news and information for all the circuit courts
U.S. Law Week (Bloomberg)
- The editors select and summarize the federal and state court and administrative cases that establish new precedents, address new statutes, contribute to emerging legal doctrines, tackle current controversies, or further splits in the Circuits.
Empirical Research Tools
Judicial Research Initiative (University of South Carolina)
- The project was designed to create a collection of databases to facilitate the empirical analysis of the votes of judges and the decisions of U.S. courts.
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