Category «Court Resources»

Notes from the Technology Trenches – Y2K wrap-up, sources for Web design, computer technology news source and Supreme Court Brie

Roger Skalbeck is the Electronic Initiatives Librarian at Howrey & Simon in Washington, D.C., and is the Web Master of the Law Librarians’ Society of Washington, D.C. Current work activities cover myriad aspects of electronic research resource evaluation, intranet content development, as well as research and technology training, all from a librarian’s point of view. This column reflects the personal views of the author, which are not necessarily those of his employer or any other organization. This column, of course, is 100% free of any legal advice.

Subjects: Court Resources, Notes from the Technology Trenches, Technology Trends, Year 2000

Features – Court Docket Services – A Comparison of Pacer, CourtLink, CourtEXPRESS and CaseStream

Court Docket Services – A Comparison of Pacer, CourtLink, CourtEXPRESS.com and CaseStream By Julie Bozzell

Julie Bozzell is the Electronic Information Specialist at Greenberg Traurig in Miami, FL.

Subjects: Court Resources, Features

Extras – New Online Access to Federal Courts

New Online Access to Federal Courts By Lynn Peterson

Lynn Peterson is president of PFC Information Services, Inc. , a public records research firm located in Oakland, California. Lynn has been quoted on public records research in a variety of sources including The Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, and The Information Broker’s Handbook. PFC Information Services provides public records research for law firms, corporations, lenders, venture capitalists, employers, the media, and other information research firms.

Subjects: Court Resources, Extras

Features – CourtEXPRESS.com: The Web Enabled Document Retrieval System

CourtExpress.com The Web Enabled Docket Retrieval System By Sabrina I. Pacifici and Jeff Bosh

Sabrina I. Pacifici is the Editor, Publisher and Web Manager of LLRX.com. Jeff Bosh has been with Sidley & Austin in Washington, D.C., as the Associate Librarian for the past fourteen years. He has an extensive background in implementing value-added electronic systems for research at the desktop, including a firm-wide intranet.

Subjects: Court Resources, Features

Features – A Defense of Publishing Legal Material on the Internet

A Defense of Publishing Legal Material on the Internet By John P. Joergensen, Rutgers University Law Library – Camden, NJ

John P. Joergensen is a reference librarian at Rutgers University School of Law Camden. He works on the Rutgers N.J. Courts Publishing Project, which publishes the decisions of the N.J. appellate courts, tax court, administrative law decisions, and the U.S. District Court for N.J. Prior to coming to Rutgers, he practiced law in Philadelphia, PA.

Subjects: Court Resources, Features, Internet Resources

Extras – The PACER U.S. Party/Case Index: What it does and doesn’t (quite) do

The PACER U.S. Party/Case Index: What it does and doesn’t (quite) do By Roger Vicarius Skalbeck

Roger Vicarius Skalbeck is currently the Library Systems Specialist at the Washington, DC firm of Williams and Connolly. Roger worked previously in Minneapolis as a patent and trademark researcher, and he has also worked at general practice firms in Minneapolis and Chicago. Current activities include attempts to come up with creative solutions to technology-based legal research problems, from a librarians point of view.

Subjects: Court Resources, Extras

ResearchWire – Litigator’s Internet Resource Guide: Points in Dispute

Return to Library ResearchWire Litigator’s Internet Resource Guide: Points In Dispute By Genie Tyburski

Genie Tyburski is the Research Librarian for Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the editor of The Virtual Chase:TM A Research Site for Legal Professionals.

(Posted December 1, 1997; Archived January 1, 1998) Then came pleas and rejoinders, rebutters, demurrers, Such as Chitty would plough into Richard Roe’s furrows; — Cross questions, and very cross answers, to suit — So the gist of the case was the point in dispute.

— John Brainard, “Scire Facias” in Poems of John Brainard (1841)

Subjects: Court Resources, ResearchWire
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