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A Court Librarian’s Perspective on the Government Shutdown

by Emily Donnellan I’ve seen a lot of talk about the government shutdown around the web, mostly about what the shutdown means for access to government information. Open and continuous access is a concern but, in this blog post, I … Continue reading

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The information on this website may not be up to date: The government shutdown and free access to legal information

“Since the birth of this country, legal materials have been in the hands of the few, denying legal justice to the many….We are working to change this situation.” Non-Profit “Free Law Project” Formed to Create an Open Legal Ecosystem, Sept. … Continue reading

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