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U.S. Supreme Court and lower federal court opinions

Multimedia resources

Journal of the Supreme Court of the United States

  • Journal (1993-present)
    Contains the official minutes of the Court. "The Journal reflects the disposition of each case, names the court whose judgment is under review, lists the cases argued that day and the attorneys who presented oral argument, contains miscellaneous announcements by the Chief Justice from the Bench, and sets forth the names of attorneys admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court. It does not contain the opinions of the Court, which are published in the United States Reports."
  • Journal (back to 1889; LLMC Digital)

Data on the Supreme Court

  • The Supreme Court Database
    Contains over 200 pieces of information about each case decided by the Court between the 1946 and 2011 terms. In addition to data sets available in various file formats, there's also an online analysis tool that allows users to select and summarize cases from the Database.

About the courts

  • United States Courts
    Clearinghouse for information from and about the Judicial Branch of the U.S. Government.
  • Understanding the Federal Courts
    Describes the role, structure, and jurisdiction of the U.S. Federal Courts.
  • About the Supreme Court
    Includes an overview and history of the Supreme Court, as well as biographies of current Justices of the Supreme Court, photographs, and more.

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