The following are
some of the most useful sites. They provide good -- though not
comprehensive -- information about the Court.
- Supreme Court of
the United States
The official web site of the Court. Offers: same-day slip
opinions within a couple of hours of their release; the
current docket; court rules; case handling guides; calendars &
schedules; public & visitor information.
FindLaw's Supreme Court Center
A wide range of resource including opinions, an
index of pending cases (with links to briefs and other
background information), a current docket listing pending
Supreme Court cases by oral argument date, court rules, and
FindLaw's "Supreme Court" Page
A basic page with links to opinions, biographies, news
stories,oral arguments, FindLaw's Supreme Court Center, and
other resources (including the
Solicitor General's home
- Oyez Project -- U.S.
Supreme Court Multimedia Database from Northwestern University
Oyez exists primarily to provide audio files of oral arguments
of selected Supreme Court cases. The site also offers links to
opinions on FindLaw, information about the justices, a virtual
tour of the Court building, and an "On this Day in Supreme
Court History" feature. You will need
Real Player software to
listen to the oral arguments.
Legal Information Institute's Supreme Court Collection
Cornell offers a partial database of opinions and other
information, such as dockets, calendars, questions presented
in pending cases, and a list of historic decisions. Cornell's
site receives new opinions from the Court via project Hermes
within hours of their release.
Jurist's Guide to The U.S. Supreme Court
Jurist's guide does not contain much original content, but it
presents news and collects and organizes links from a variety
of other sources (including FindLaw, Cornell, and Oyez).