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The Supreme Court E-Library

The SC E-Library, part of the Judicial Reform Support Project (JRSP) of the Supreme Court was conceived on April 2, 2004 when Justice Antonio T. Carpio volunteered to be the Chairperson of the Library and Printing Committee. The Library and Printing Committee was subsequently merged with the Committee on Computerization, chaired by Justice Carpio and was called as Committee on Computerization and Library (CCL).

The CD version containing decisions of the Supreme Court from 1996 to September 2004 was launched during the Philippine Judges Convention in Iloilo City in October 2004. The E-Library on-line version was launched on November 19, 2004 at the Pan Pacific Hotel.

On June 1, 2012, Senior Associate Justice Antonio T. Carpio directed the uploading into the E-Library the Decisions of the Supreme Court from 1901 to present and All Laws - Acts, Commonwealth Acts, Presidential Decrees, Batas Pambansa and Republic Acts from September 1900 to present. The E-Library is now the website which has the complete compilation of the sources of law, statutes and jurisprudence. In addition, it contains Court issuances from 1973 to present and Treaties 1946-2010 and Executive Issuances and information on the Chief Justices and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court.

The E-Library is the primary research tool in the speedy delivery of justice for it "Puts all laws, decisions and rules and regulations in the Judge's fingertips." It serves the entire Judiciary - the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, Sandiganbayan, Court of Tax Appeals, Regional Trial Courts, Metropolitan Trial Courts, Municipal Trial Courts and Shari'a Courts. It has supported legal education by providing to law schools upon request.
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