This post provides a podcast overview with members of the MIT Computational Law Report and Harvard Caselaw Access Project and a video demonstration of the knowledge that can be activated by this data from Robert Mahari.
https://case.law A complete collection of published United States caselaw from 1640 - 2017 developed by Harvard Law School Library Innovation Lab.
The Caselaw Access Project is making all U.S. case law freely accessible online. With the Caselaw Access Project API (CAPAPI) and bulk data service, we can share 40 million pages of published U.S. court cases.
Access to our common law - the written decisions issued by our state and federal courts - supports equality and enables innovation in legal services.
Between 2013 and 2018, the Harvard Law School Library digitized over 40 million pages of U.S. court decisions in collaboration with legal startup Ravel Law, transforming them into a dataset of over 6.7 million cases that represent 360 years of U.S. legal history. The Caselaw Access Project API (CAPAPI) and bulk data service put this important dataset within the reach of researchers, members of the legal community, and the general public.
Search cases with intuitive, powerful search engine interface
h20 open source textbooks (https://github.com/harvard-lil/h2o)
Data used in Data Science for Lawyers course with Paul Gowder (University of Iowa School of Law)
Annotated U.S. Constitution