In a recent decision, the Supreme Court sided with public.resource.org. Harvard Cyberlaw Clinic students worked with Kendra Albert, Christopher Bavitz, and the Harvard Library Innovation Lab’s Caselaw Access Project on a brief advocating for that very outcome.
The decision is “great news for those who want to publish, comment on, or build on the law,” says Albert, clinical instructor. “The Supreme Court’s adoption of a bright line rule that the legislators’ works are uncopyrightable will help ensure that the law is accessible in a variety of formats and mediums.”
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