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United States Supreme Court Research


The Supreme Court's Website

The Supreme Court's website has the most recent opinions from the court, as well as transcripts and audio of oral arguments dating back to 2010, recent court orders, list of cases granted, the calendar for the court, filing rules, as well as much more information, such as links to internet sources cited in opinions.

Crowds gather to hear the Supreme Court's decision in Obergeffel v. Hodges on June 26, 2015


Written by lawyers, law professors, and law students, SCOTUSblog is a well-respected blog devoted to the Supreme Court.  The blog is an excellent resources for analysis of recent and upcoming Supreme Court cases, and for petitions currently before the court.

Other Good Resources

It is also a good idea to check out Supreme Court coverage by other respected legal blogs, many of which may be devoted to particular legal issues, such as Election Law Blog and Sentencing Law and Policy, and coverage  by traditional news organizations, such as NPR, PBS Newshour, and the New York Times.