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Contemporary Issues: Supreme Court: Home
Browse the "Issues" section at the bottom of the homepage to find curated collections of overview, newspaper and magazine articles, videos and websites. Some suggested topics are: Abortion, Voting Laws, Voter Registration, US Borders, Immigration, Freedom of Speech, Supreme Court, Church and State.
Legal Information Institute
Operated by Cornell Law School, the Legal Information Institute (LII) provides access to US Supreme Court decisions, lower federal court decisions, acts of Congress, and other legislative materials. The LII publishes laws on its website alongside material to help people understand them. The website also features a lawyer directory, information guides, a legal encyclopedia, an annotated Constitution, and an archive of SCOTUS recordings and transcripts.
A project of the Illinois Institute of Technology's Chicago-Kent College of Law, archives multimedia documents related to the United States Supreme Court. The Oyez website features a virtual tour of the US Supreme Court including the courtroom, library, and justices' chambers, an archive of cases and accompanying primary documents, detailed sections on each justice, and a news blog.
A legal blog focusing on cases reviewed by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) that is organized and written by lawyers, academics, and other legal experts. The SCOTUSblog site features statistics on the court's rulings, opinions, grants, and other activities; videos capturing public speaking events involving the court justices; a "Plain English" feature explaining cases for the general public; and biographies of the justices.