Monday, June 26, 2006
Participatory law happens in all manner of different ways, including when a lawyer solves an "I wish there were..." problem with a freasy (my sandwich word of the day, free+easy) technological tool. And so we have California Supreme Court Pending Civil Cases, a blog that "lists and describes all currently pending civil cases in which the California Supreme Court has granted review, excluding those on grant and hold." Courtesy of appellate lawyer Martin Buchanan. And here's another little practitioner's/blogger's/newshound's tip: once you read Martin's blog and find some cases you want to follow, you can sign up for the Court to send you email notifications of future events. That way, you can be among the first to know when a big new decision comes down. (No, the California Supreme Court doesn't speak RSS. Yet.)
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