OpenJurist

OpenJurist is a new collaborative initiative to provide a

resource for access to the case law of the United States. Our organization believes that because the laws of the land are in the public domain, they should be accessible by the public without restriction and especially without charge. Our collection includes approximately 647,000 opinions and other transactions from the United States Supreme Court, beginning with the first session in 1790; and Lower Federal Courts, as published in the Federal Reporter beginning in 1880.

Users may browse or search the United States Code, 647,000 opinions from the United States Supreme Court, and opinions from the lower federal courts, particularly the United States Court of Appeals, as published in the First, Second, and Third series of the Federal Reporter.

Users may also become Facebook Fans of OpenJurist, vote in daily pole, subscribe via RSS feed, and experiment with the new OpenJurist browser Add-on. Check it out!

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