Court records are filled with untold stories: A PACER deep dive
PACER, the federal court records system, is antiquated and hard to navigate. Using skills developed over years, Seamus Hughes has helped the media break national stories about topics ranging from terrorism and public corruption to corporate espionage. Hughes will give reporters tips and suggestions on how to use PACER to tell a story.
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Seamus Hughes is the Deputy Director of George Washington University's Program on Extremism. Through that work, he has developed a knack for navigating hard to find federal court records which, with the help of journalists, have broken international and domestic stories. @SeamusHughes
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