UniCourt’s Josh Blandi and Jeff Cox were featured in the Legal Tech Tips with Eve podcast, hosted by Eve Barrett, CEO and Founder of Expedite.
The civil rights and the modern Right to Know movements have the same intention: ensuring that the public can make use of the law in an equitable way, without any preconditions.
Josh Blandi discusses the important question of “Who Owns the Law?” in the December Issue of Law Practice Today, an ABA Law Practice Division publication.
By making court records readily available, UniCourt strives to remove the shroud of secrecy that has no place in American jurisprudence.
UniCourt strongly supports the Electronic Court Records Reform Act, improved access to PACER data, and the unification of CM/ECF systems throughout the judiciary.
UniCourt is excited to announce that we are partnering with Justia to share PACER costs in a move that will benefit both organizations, UniCourt’s clients, and the general public.
The top ten ways court data will continue to revolutionize the legal profession throughout the next decade.
Law is a service profession at its core, and design thinking can help lawyers deliver their services more effectively.
The CAA Reform Act promotes transparency in Congressional conduct and challenges existing norms about sexual assault and harassment occurring in Congress.
Openness and transparency are core values for our legal system, yet it’s a sad fact that you can find almost anything online except for court records.