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New Way to Browse the Federal Courts Web Archive

The Law Library and the Library of Congress Web Archiving team launched the Federal Courts Web Archive back in September. We are excited to bring you a new way to browse the archive. If you visit the new browse page, you will find the Federal courts arranged in a list. If you click on a court in the table of contents at the top of the screen, it will take you to the link to the archive for that court. If you are searching for a United States district or bankruptcy court, you can use the clickable map or drop down menu to choose a state or territory to drop down to link to the archive for that court.

Please let us know how you are using the Federal Courts Web Archive in the comments.

The Federal Courts Web Archive Browse Page

The Federal Courts Web Archive Browse Page

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