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Many courts are taking advantage of technology by posting the recordings of oral arguments online. The United States Supreme Court is a perfect example. To access transcripts as well as the audio recordings of arguments heard by the Court, visit SCOTUSBlog. Under Quick Links in the upper right hand corner of the screen hover over […]

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Are you in school and required to submit your papers and assignments anonymously? Regardless of which school you are attending, this post is for you! Pace Law Library is happy to share the newest addition to its collection of instructional videos titled Preparing Your Paper for Anonymous Submission Using Microsoft Word 2010. This two minute demo, produced by […]

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A recreation of the famous torts case Palsgraf v. Long Island R.R. using Legos, starring Justice Cardozo and, in the (paraphrased) words of Charles Whitebread, Mrs. Helen Palsgraf, the world’s only unforeseen plaintiff.

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The U.S. House of Representatives offers streaming video feeds of the House Floor Proceedings dating back to the beginning of the 111th Congress. The video archive is searchable by keyword and by date.

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C-Span Video Archive

C-Span has made its entire video archive available for free here. It offers over 20 years of political history, and is searchable by keyword and browseable by program. It includes tabs for most recent, most watched, and most shared videos. It also features Supreme Court oral arguments, including Citizens United. A search for Pace University […]

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Via Telegraph.co.uk, Twitter is to introduce live video-tweeting. Twitter users may soon be posting real-time video tweets in addition to text tweets under plans to modernize the site. The upgrade, which is being discussed by Twitter’s founders, will enable Twitter users to upload brief video snippets to their profiles directly from mobile phones, laptops and […]

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Bonnie Shucha at WisBlawg, via the new video matchmaking site for lawyers and clients, and Robert Ambrogi at LegalBlogWatch, via a video matching site for lawyers and clients, write about a new site called LegalTube. LegalTube is the only legal directory where finding a lawyer or the answers to your law-related questions is as easy […]

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