Public.Resource.Org an organization committed to making government information more accessible, will begin providing in 2011 a weekly release of the Report of Current Opinions (RECOP). The Report will be freely available in electronic format and consist of all slip and final opinions of the appellate and supreme courts of the 50 states and the federal… Continue reading
The European Union Publications Office has created an electronic library of more than 14 million pages of PDFs available to the public free of charge. It includes all publications ever edited by the Publications Office on behalf of the E.U. institutions, agencies, and other bodies since 1952. Publications include “The ABC of European Union Law,”… Continue reading
December is Jewish Authors Month! If you’re looking for something to read over the holidays, consider Justice Breyer’s new book Making Our Democracy Work. Described as “provocative” by the New York Times, the book discusses “how the Supreme Court should do its work and how, in history, it has sometimes failed the challenge” (New York… Continue reading
Report of the comprehensive review of the issues associated with a repeal of “Don’t ask, don’t tell” Support plan for implementation On November 30, 2010, the Department of Defense reported the results of a massive, nine month review on the effects of repealing Section 654 of Title 10 of the United States Code, commonly known… Continue reading
The Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa and the Human Rights Documentation Systems have developed a free online collection of case law from the African Human Rights System. The Analyzer, available at http://caselaw.ihrda.org, includes the full text of each case, along with links to citing cases and cases cited in the decision.