Posts Tagged: Court records

GovLaunch: The New RECAP Archive – Better Public Access to U.S. Federal Court Records

Stephen Schultze and Harlan Yu, both of the Princeton University Center for Information Technology Policy, today announced (here and here) the launching of The RECAP Archive, a new Web interface to RECAP, the free database of U.S. federal court documents. The RECAP Archive enables searching and browsing by court, case name, docket number, PACER caseRead… Read more »

Video of 2010 Conference on Privacy and Public Access to Court Records

Video is now available of some programs from the 7th Conference on Privacy and Public Access to Court Records, held 4-5 March 2010 in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA. The posted programs are: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?; Some Emerging Issues in E-Filing and E-Privacy; and Public Electronic Access to Federal Court RecordsRead… Read more »

Changes to Access to U.S. Federal Court Records on PACER

Changes intended to enhance public access to U.S. federal court records through the PACER system were announced 16 March 2010 by the Judicial Conference of the United States. PACER is the fee-based legal information service of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts (AOUSC) Public Access and Records Management Division. According to the announcement,Read… Read more »