As someone that’s pretty much devoted their professional life to open and free information and tools, it’s sometimes hard for me to answer the question “why should I care?” when explaining the open law movement to people.
ANDA litigators now have access to patent and use code data for litigated pharma patents Menlo Park, CA — June 6, 2016 — Lex Machina, a LexisNexis company, today announced it has integrated the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Approved Drug Products...
Three Rivers Legal Services and the Alachua County Library District, working with Probono.net and the Florida Justice Technology Center, have developed a local, civil legal information and resource website, the agencies announced in a news release.
The Law Library of Congress seeks a legal reference librarian with education and experience (1) providing legal and legislative information services to diverse and demanding clients in a large law library or similar legal information organization;...
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