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Mark completely agree decisions should be made freely available but constitutional separation would dictate judgements could not go on justice.gov but rather judiciary.gov. Same as practice notes which are judge made not government made.
BAILLI is great is great for practitioners without subscriptions to the LexisNexis and Westlaws of this world, but like you say not the most user friendly. Issue is how many 'lay' customers would want to access case law as opposed to 'professional' users (I would hazard this would include law students.
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