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Court reporter

A Court reporter is a set of Law books in which the cumulative opinions of the courts of a state or federal government are published in a timely manner and in uniform format to facilitate reference.

In law libraries, court reporters are cataloged by librarians as continuing resources, which means a publication in any medium, as issued over time with no predetermined conclusion, including bibliographic resources issued successively in discrete parts and integrating resources into which updates are incorporated without remaining discrete. Examples include serials (periodicals, newspapers, etc.), monographic series, and updating loose-leaf services, databases, and Web sites.



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