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Juriscraper

http://courtlistener.com/
a scraper library that gathers judicial opinions and oral arguments in the American courts

Juriscraper is a scraper library that gathers judicial opinions and oral arguments in the American court system. It is currently able to scrape:

  • opinions from all major appellate Federal courts
  • opinions from all state courts of last resort (typically their "Supreme Court")
  • oral arguments from all appellate federal courts that offer them

Documentation

https://github.com/freelawproject/juriscraper/wiki

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Python (Ref)https://pypi.org/project/juriscraper


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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 3 April 2018.



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