Posts Tagged ‘courts’

  • Access to the Courts for Persons with Limited English Proficiency

    The National Center for State Courts has created a new site for its Language Access Services Section. With everything from resources to program administrators to schedules and information about interpreter exams, this site should be a first stop when researching language access to the courts. Read more...
  • Vintage Wine Research on a Box Wine Budget #2

    by Jason Giesler, Law Library Intern If you are looking for Washington legal information, you can attempt to avoid the need for expensive subscription databases by examining the Washington Courts web page. The site contains a plethora of useful information for those practicing in our the state. There are a number of useful primary legal […] Read more...
  • 9th Circuit Internet Citations

    Courts, like all of society, have become more reliant on the Internet for information. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has created a website to monitor its use of websites in its judicial opinion. Both the case name and the websites cited are listed. Websites run the gamut from government sites to SSRN to Go […] Read more...
  • Suggested Practices for Citing the Internet in Federal Court Opinions

    The Third Branch, the newsletter of the Federal Courts, has published an article on citing and hyperlinking to the Internet to help the courts in determining what to cite and how to cite it.  Acknowledging the increasing use of such citations, guidelines suggest downloading a copy of a website’s page and filing it as an […] Read more...