December 16, 2017

Research Tools: New Way to Browse the Federal Courts Web Archive

From the Law Library of Congress Blog Post by Robert Brammer:

The Law Library and the Library of Congress Web Archiving team launched the Federal Courts Web Archive back in September. We are excited to bring you a new way to browse the archive.

If you visit the new browse page, you will find the Federal courts arranged in a list. If you click on a court in the table of contents at the top of the screen, it will take you to the link to the archive for that court. If you are searching for a United States district or bankruptcy court, you can use the clickable map or drop down menu to choose a state or territory to drop down to link to the archive for that court.

Direct to Federal Courts Web Archive

See Also: Library of Congress Announces Debut of Federal Courts Web Archive (September 28, 2017)

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