Free Federal District Court Opinions Database with RSS Feeds & Full Text Search

Hi Friends, We recently added the a FREE database of Federal District Court Opinions since 2004 that are available using the opinion report in the Federal Courts’ ECF. The database is updated daily. Here is the URL for the Federal District Court Opinions: http://cases.justia.com/federal/district-courts/ Categorization & Rss Feeds – We have categorized the opinions by state, court, type of lawsuit

Carl Malamud, Public.Resource.Org and Free Case Law

Hi Friends, Our friend & hero Carl Malamud stopped by the “Justia offices” to talk about his new public interest public information project…. making the case law and codes of the United States of America (state and federal) freely accessible in a public domain archive. See Tim O’Reilly’s blog post on Carl’s project (and read the comments from other big

New LexBlog – Real Lawyers Have Blogs – Blog

Hi Friends, Kevin O’Keefe and the LexBlog team have updated the design and features of the LexBlog’s “Real Lawyers Have Blogs” Blog. LexBlog has changed the blog into a resource center for legal bloggers, with a Chicago Cubs look and feel :) Very nice… check it out (like we do every day :) Peace, Tim :: It Don’t Come Easy,

Bellingham Law Office and Riley the dog.

Hi Friends, Cicely traveled up to Bellingham, Washington to meet with a new client Anderson, Connell & Carey to check out what the Bellingham work environment of ocean views and clean air is really like. Debra Sheldon stands outside the office :) Riley hangs out on the deck (more photos below). Clean air, just like the Silicon Valley :) A

BlawgSearch Top Law Professor Blogs by edu visitors and Top Blawgs for August 2007

Hi Friends, First, here are the top ten law professor blogs as determined by vistors on .edu networks on BlawgSearch.com. I set this filter up for Professor J. Robert Brown, Jr. and a paper he was writing on blogs and reputation. You can read his post about it here. While most .edu visitors are not all law professors, they do

AltLaw.org – Free Public Domain Federal Case Law Archive

Hi Friends, Here is a great new free case law project that came out (or at least I was made aware of :) a few weeks ago. AltLaw. Right now AltLaw is focused on getting up the Federal appellate opinions online (US Supreme Court and Federal Circuit Courts). They have aggregated opinions for the last 15 years or so (depending

ABA Journal Website – News, Articles, Blawgs!!!

Hi Friends, Let me start our new month of blogging with a post on the great new ABA Journal Website. The site went live a few weeks ago, and includes articles from the magazine, updated daily news and a legal blog directory. The site is from ABA Journal Editor and Publisher Ed Adams, Fred Faulkner IV and the ABA Journal

Aaron Greenspan and… Facebook and ConnectU

Hi Friends, One of the cases of interest here in Palo Alto land is the current lawsuit by the founders of ConnectU against Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook gang. In an interesting side light to the case, NYT’s John Markoff has written an article on Aaron Greenspan, who developed a social facebook network, called houseSYSTEM, while at Harvard… before either

Back to Blogging.. and Congrats to Appalachian State

Hi Friends, Ken, Stacy and I are going to get back to blogging… finally :) We have been working on a few legal information projects this summer… which we talk about in the next few weeks. But first, congrats to Appalachian State for beating Michigan on Saturday. It was a great game that they deserved to win. Not everyday a