Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who spoke favorably as a nominee about allowing cameras in the Supreme Court, now thinks it's a bad idea. In several stops on her often televised book tour, she opined that t
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...Choosing which programs to attend at LegalTech New...
...s how they get a lot of their news." C-SPAN chairman and CEO Brian Lamb and Grassley last month each called...
...March. In separate letters to Chief Justice John Roberts Jr., C-SPAN chairman and CEO Brian Lamb and Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa...
Fearing change, Supreme Court justices have yet to allow media cameras into the courtroom, but NLJ's Supreme Court reporter, Tony Mauro, sees a lessening of this reluctance
The upcoming experiment with camera coverage of federal district courts will be governed by a restrictive set of rules announced by a committee of the Judicial Conference. The three-year experiment b
...courts across the U.S. will not be like the live C-SPAN coverage of congressional hearings to which we've grown accustomed....
Carl Malamud and other digital activists are piling up case law in public archives, moving toward a vision of the Web in which words in a given judge's decision are hyperlinked to other decisions, or
When Venable moved its flagship office within Washington, D.C., it had to solve major networking problems. Its large legislative group needed to monitor congressional activities on TV sets and view t
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