Friday, June 20, 2014

Tracking Changes in Supreme Court Opinions

Recently, we posted about the Supreme Court's invisible red pen.  If the Court's opinions change to revise mistakes, how do you keep track of these edits? 

As the ABA Journal reported, one lawyer has developed a solution.  David Zvenyach, general counsel to the Council of the District of Columbia, crawls the opinions and posts changes to Twitter.  If you'd like to receive updates, here's the address to follow:  @Scotus_servo