Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Cornell Saves the Oyez Project

After months of uncertainty about its future, the Oyez Project, a free repository of more than 10,000 hours of U.S. Supreme Court oral-argument audio and other court resources, has found a new home.
The project’s founder, Jerry Goldman, who is retiring soon, told The National Law Journal on Tuesday that a newly minted arrangement with Cornell University’s Legal Information Institute and Justia, the online publisher of legal information, will keep Oyez alive.
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"Orders granting pro hac vice applications and denying motions to strike pro hac vice admission are not appealable." See here.