If you think that the laws we study in law school, from cases to statutes to regulations, are free, think again. Copyright claims over the laws governing our country stymie access and innovation. Ed Walters, CEO of Fastcase, joins Megan to dive into this issue and the upcoming Supreme Court case that may change it.
- Ed's teaching of the law of robots
- Historical perspective of the fight to make law public
- Impact of law not being public
- Current events at the US Supreme Court in Georgia v. Public.Resource.org
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