Delaware law firm Morris James has created Delaware Courts Online, a guide to Delaware’s business courts, including the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, the Delaware Court of Chancery, and the Delaware Superior Court’s Complex Commercial Litigation Division. The website is intended for the firm’s clients and attorneys but will be very useful for anyone who needs more information on the Delaware Courts. It includes court forms and rules, practice tips, descriptions of available court technology, pictures of the courtrooms, and even advice on getting to the courthouse.
See what goes on day to day in a Massachusetts court room. The OpenCourt project is an experimental program offering live access to the Quincy District Court, one of the busiest District Courts in Massachusetts. A live stream of the court proceedings is available when court is in session. Or you can view archives of previous sessions on their website. You will have to register using your email address in order to view the archives. Follow along with updates on the project on the OpenCourt blog and Twitter feed.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has started announcing it’s recent decisions on Twitter. Follow the Court at http://twitter.com/#!/SupremeCtofPA
The Court also has a Twitter feed for press releases and announcements at http://twitter.com/#!/PACourts