A number of research projects have been completed in collaboration Free Law Project or with data that we have made available:
- Ryan Whalen, Judicial Gobbledygook: The Readability of Supreme Court Writing, The Yale Law Journal, (November 19, 2015).
- Colin Starger, Supreme Court Mapping Project, Web Visualization, University of Baltimore, School of Law, (2014-2015).
- Brad Lyon, Exploring the United States Judicial System, Web Visualization, (2014).
- Sarah Tyler, Repetition and Diversification in Multi-Session Task Oriented Search, University of California, Dissertation, Santa Cruz, Computer Science, (December, 2013).
- Christina Boyd, David Hoffman, Zoran Obradovic and Kosta Ristovski, Building a Taxonomy of Litigation: Clusters of Causes of Action in Federal Complains, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (June, 2013).
- Rowyn McDonald and Karen Rustad,The Berkeley National Reporter: Building a Free, Open Source Legal Citator, Masters Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, School of Information, (May, 2012).
- Michael Lissner, CourtListener.com: A platform for researching and staying abreast of the latest in the law, Masters Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, School of Information, (May 7, 2010).
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