Study: Supreme Court opinions contain many dead Internet links

09/26/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Nearly half of the hyperlinks included as citations in Supreme Court opinions do not function properly anymore, according to a study. "It is disturbing that even at the Supreme Court, where creating and citing precedent is of the utmost importance, citations often fail to point the researcher to the authority on which the court based its decision," according to a paper by two librarians at Chicago's John Marshall Law School.

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