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Supreme Court resources and their training links

  • United States Supreme Court site
    Slip Opinions, which are published shortly after the Bench Opinions, are available until the bound volume of opinions is published. The electronic copies of bound volumes are also available here.
  • LexisNexis Academic Universe
    LexisNexis is a database of legal and news resources. Many law review journals are included. Information is current.
  • LexisNexis Academic Universe help
  • JSTOR
    JSTOR currently includes 76 law journal titles. Use the advanced search screen to specify law titles. Articles in JSTOR are scholarly, and include content from volume 1, issue 1 of included titles. Material in the most current 3 - 5 years is not included.
  • JSTOR tutorials
    This page links to several short video tutorials on various aspects of using JSTOR, including basic and advanced search methods.
  • Justia  
      
    All the US Supreme Court Decisions since the 1790's, as well as annotations, search tools and guides to other Supreme Court information sources.
  • Wikipedia Supreme Court site
    Wikipedia provides an encyclopia-level resource to the United States Supreme Court. There is a page devoted to the court itself, as well as individual pages for current and most past members. References can be a good starting point for research.

Law in the news

  • FindLaw Supreme Court News
    FindLaw keeps a current flow of United States Supreme Court news as well as links to briefs, opinions, a calendar and more.

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