Find links to sites pertaining to the US Supreme Court's decisions, methods, and justices.
Wiki about the court.
More than 7,000 Supreme Court opinions dating from 1937 through 1975, from volumes 300 through 422 of U.S. Reports. Search by case or by keyword.
Guide to historic documents, biographies, Supreme Court decisions, and constitutional law topics.
Database on major constitutional cases heard by the United States Supreme Court, with multimedia resources including digital audio of oral arguments and delivery of the Court's opinion.
Offers a panoramic look at building exteriors and interiors. Requires QuickTime plug-in for viewing.
Supreme Court news from PBS.
Offers briefs, cases indexes, a look at the pending docket and the current term’s schedule as well as the filing guidelines for the Court.
This database contains decisions of the Supreme Court from 1990 to the present, plus selected historic decisions from the founding of the Court. Decisions archived at the Legal Information Institute of the Cornell Law School.
Official page of the United States Supreme Court, featuring court's opinions and orders, calendar and schedules, rules, news releases and general information.
The 1995 Supreme Court Rules, from Cornell's Legal Information Institute.
One view of the Supreme Court suggesting they stole legislative powers reserved for Congress. Much of the materials from D. J. Connolly.
An opportunity to work in the federal judiciary. Details about the program, process, and how to apply.
Provides historical information about the Court, including biographies of the justices and locations of the building.
Searchable database of all US Supreme Court decisions since 1790. From Justia, Oyez and US Court Forms.
News, features, video, data and blogs from the Washington Post and other resources. Includes global events and related coverage.
Hyperlinked encyclopedia article about the highest judicial body in the United States. Includes its history, composition, current membership, jurisdiction, how a case moves through the Court, and institutional powers and constraints.
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