BYU Law Partners with UniCourt to Bring Trial Court Data to Law School
Advances in legal technology have substantially impacted the legal profession and the way that lawyers and legal professionals deliver legal services and improve access to justice. A key part of transforming the legal profession is educating future lawyers on how to leverage legal tech, and UniCourt is thrilled to announce we are partnering with J. Reuben Clark Brigham Young University Law School (BYU Law) to provide their students and faculty with access to more trial court data and analytics through our Legal Data as a Service offerings.
BYU Law is a forward-thinking law school educating its law students with the stated goal of “producing leaders within communities and throughout the world.” With programs like the BYU Law Legal Design Lab, where students are learning design thinking and using it to help solve real-world legal problems for consumers, BYU is preparing its students for the future of law and directly taking aim at the yawning access to justice chasm.
BYU Law students and faculty now have full access to UniCourt’s features to streamline their case research and tracking, learn about the business of law, and power innovation and research with our Legal Data APIs.
Case Research & Tracking
- Research trial court cases for state and federal courts all in one portal, and get access to millions of free documents in our CrowdSourced Library™
- Find the best briefs, complaints, and motions from the top attorneys in each practice area to develop a working brief library for your future practice and enhance your legal writing skills
- Keep tabs on important cases and litigation trends involving certain practice areas, parties, attorneys, judges, and more
- Leverage automated court searches to identify business development opportunities from newly filed cases
- Learn how to use legal analytics and litigation trends for competitive intelligence reports and law practice planning
Legal Data APIs
- Design new legal services delivery models, improve access to justice, and be at the forefront of how legal data is being used to power research and innovation
- Get bulk access to court data for research projects and public policy advocacy
- Learn how to automate aspects of your future legal practice to cut back on overhead and expand your capacity to handle a higher caseload
To help BYU students and faculty learn how to make the most of UniCourt, we will be hosting a webinar at 12pm (MT) on February 11th in the BYU Law Library (Room 267). Lunch will be provided and all students and faculty are invited to attend.
Bringing Legal Tech to Legal Education
We’re excited to launch this partnership with BYU Law to bring legal tech to legal education. We look forward to the new and innovative ways law students and faculty will use court data to enhance the “innovative course offerings and engaging experiential learning opportunities” BYU Law is known for.
This new partnership is also part of a broader push UniCourt is making to offer law schools across the country with real-time access to state and federal trial court records. If you’re a law librarian or law professor interested in partnering with UniCourt, contact us to learn how your law school can get access to the latest in legal tech.