Go! Free PACER! Go!

Interesting news from the WSJ Law Blog – “thanks to a joint venture of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts and the Government Printing Office, PACER is now being offered free — free! — at 16 federal depository libraries.”

A no-brainer, IMO. PACER should be free at the Federal courts too (in fact, it might).

One Response to “Go! Free PACER! Go!”

  1. Kate
    November 8, 2007 at 9:24 pm #

    We’re excited to be part of the pilot project at the Sacramento County Public Law Library. We had our first user before we had even gotten the password out to all the librarians :) We’re still charging our usual $.15 a page printing, but happy to help folks save to disk or USB drive if they want to do that. I do think that there is free PACER access at the Federal courts, although I haven’t actually tried to use it there. By the way, I really enjoyed your “What’s Hot with RSS” talk at IL2007 :) (don’t know if you remember the woman who was so excited about dockets.justia, that was me~)

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