Appellate Court Briefs on the Web: Electronic Dynamos or Legal Quagmire?
Law Library Journal, Vol. 97, p. 467, 2005
26 Pages Posted: 25 Jan 2006
The Internet offers a viable means to greatly increase the availability of appellate court briefs to researchers and the general public. Professor Whiteman reviews the history and benefits of electronic briefs and then explores four issues raised by Internet distribution: accessibility, privacy, preservation, and copyright.
Keywords: Internet, appellate court, briefs, web, researchers, copyright, accessibility, privacy, preservation
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Whiteman, Michael, Appellate Court Briefs on the Web: Electronic Dynamos or Legal Quagmire?. Law Library Journal, Vol. 97, p. 467, 2005, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=877471
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