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Adam Ziegler
Director at , home of , , , etc; Lecturer Affiliate. Let's fix what's broke.
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Adam Ziegler Jan 23
We’d welcome your prof’s questions about - free, open-licensed casebooks, software built by
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Ivan Mokanov Jan 23
Great work by and personally - continuing to make the hottest ticket on the legal information scene.
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Adam Ziegler Jan 23
Replying to @emasters @permacc
mostly student-editors; it tends to be a practice/policy adopted at the law journal level and implemented during the cite-checking stage of work; presumably that'll shift somewhat over time
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Adam Ziegler Jan 23
Overall, imho, a great service to the legal world thanks to , , , , , , participating libraries, our many other supporters, and in particular, our little team at
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Adam Ziegler Jan 23
Replying to @abziegler
(this is just what a WL search tells us)
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Adam Ziegler Jan 23
Replying to @permacc
Momentum is picking up in legal briefs too: has been used in 350+ briefs in the last year, including many SCOTUS and federal appellate briefs; over longer term, that number is well over 1000 briefs. Includes filings by gov agencies, law firms, public interest, etc
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Adam Ziegler Jan 23
Replying to @permacc
Another emphasis has been court opinions: in the last year, Perma has been used in 475+ opinions issued by appellate courts in 15 states as well as 25+ federal courts; since our launch, Perma has been used in over 1400 opinions issued by a wide array of state and fed courts
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Adam Ziegler Jan 23
One of our areas of emphasis with has been legal scholarship: in the last year, Perma has been used in over 2,000 articles in over 250 law journals!
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Cheri Beasley Jan 15
Big news for NC By joining Harvard's Caselaw Access Project, we have made all of our opinions available online for free, removing barriers and making access to our courts easier and less expensive.
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Adam Ziegler Jan 21
Replying to @abziegler
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Adam Ziegler Jan 21
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Adam Ziegler Jan 21
Lawyers for both the House of Representatives and the President are using to ensure that online sources cited in their impeachment trial submissions are safe from link rot. Grateful to my colleagues in and for making that possible.
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Adam Ziegler Jan 19
Footnotes to history, literally. Proud to see our work with helping to preserve these important web sources.
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Adam Ziegler Jan 16
Does anyone have a start on a list of the books that would need to be scanned to accomplish this?
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Kendra Albert Jan 10
Today is the last day to apply for the Initiative for a Representative First Amendment Fellowship for 2020-2021! Amazing things are in the works for this cohort - 1Ls and 2Ls, come join us!
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Mari Cheney Jan 7
Shoutout to - you just made my life (and my patron’s) much, much easier!
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amy_brand Jan 7
Why new strategies for developing the future’s knowledge infrastructures are needed (opinion)
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(((David Colarusso))) Jan 4
I live in mild fear of the audience Q&A. What's up with all of those soliloquies masquerading as questions? Also, what about introverts? So I made this free tool to help mix things up. Pass it on .
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Adam Ziegler Jan 3
Indeed suggests already as an example of a means to preserve permanent records of an informally published online source ; requiring archival URLs like , et al would be beneficial to citation integrity
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Adam Ziegler Dec 17
Now's a good time to donate a few bucks to . Courts are doing a lot of important work these days, but that work is far from transparent. Courtlistener, RECAP and FLP's other projects are absolutely vital. Donate!
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