Sunday, May 10, 2009

Supreme Court and Constitutional Rights Websites

Blogs on the Supreme Court and Constitutional Rights

Many family law, CPS, and custody law litigants dealing with parental issues involving custody, education, religion and family can find help with the law from these websites:

ACLU Blog. From the American Civil Liberties Union.

ACSBlog. From the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy.

Balkinization. Commentary on law, politics and culture. By Professor Jack M. Balkin of Yale Law School.

Behind the Homefront. Chronicle of news in homeland security and military operations affecting news gathering, access to information and the public's right to know. From the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. Constitutional Law Blawgs. Directory of Constituional Law Blawgs.

Campaign for the Supreme Court. Blog on the politics and strategy of the appointment battle. From the Washington Post.

CrimProf Blog. Blog on criminal law, including civil rights, search and seizure and more.

EFF Blogger Rights. Electronic Frontier Foundation's resources and activism for blogger free speech rights. Includes a Legal Guide for Bloggers.

EPIC West. Covers privacy issues. By the Senior Counsel of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC).

The First Amendment Project's Weblog. Focuses on freedom of information, expression and petition.

How Appealing. Covers appellate litigation. From Legal Affairs.

Inside Scoop. Supreme Court blog. A project of the Alliance for Justice.

Law Professor Blogs. Includes blogs on criminal law, media law and more.

Legal Theory Blog. Covers recent scholarship in jurisprudence, law and philosophy, law and economic theory, and theoretical work in substantive areas. By Professor Lawrence Solum of the University of San Diego Law School.

LiveCurrent. Commentary on the Supreme Court. From the Los Angeles Times.

Media Law. About Freedom of the Press. By Robert J. Ambrogi.

Media Law and Policy Journal. Features current events in media law and interesting legal developments. From New York Law School.

Media Law Prof Blog. By Professor Christine A. Corcos of Louisiana State University.

The Oyez Supreme Court Podcast. Features podcasts of US Supreme Court oral arguments.

Religion Clause. Commentary by Professor Emeritus Howard M. Friedman of the University of Toledo College of Law.

SCOTUSblog. Features live coverage of the Roberts confirmation hearings as well as regular commentary on the Supreme Court. From Goldstein & Howe, P.C.

The Supreme Court Nomination Blog

The Volokh Conspiracy. By Professors Eugene Volokh, David Kopel, David Bernstein, David Post, Erik Jaffe, Jim Lindgren, Juan Non-Volokh, Kevan Choset, Orin Kerr, Randy Barnett, Russell Korobkin, Stuart Benjamin, Todd Zywicki & Tyler Cowen.

Underneath Their Robes. Features news, gossip and commentary on the federal judiciary.

U.S. Supreme Court Blog. Offers summaries and commentaries on Supreme Court cases.

The Wall of Separation. From Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Supreme Court blog posts tagged Supreme Court

Technorati: Supreme Court blog posts tagged Supreme Court

Technorati: SCOTUS blog posts tagged SCOTUS


Resources on the Supreme Court

US Supreme Court. Features court opinions, orders, docket, oral argument transcripts and more. Features Supreme Court briefs, docket reports and articles. From the Supreme Court and Appellate Practice Group of Mayer Brown Rowe & Maw.

ACLU Supreme Court. Analysis of issues facing the US Supreme Court from the American Civil Liberties Union.

The Curiae Project. provides Supreme Court records, briefs and other relevant materials. From Yale Law School.

Government Supreme Court Briefs. From the US Department of Justice.

Landmark Supreme Court Cases. Resources related to prominent cases. From Street Law and the Supreme Court Historical Society.

Supreme Court Merit Briefs. From the American Bar Association.

Supreme Court Collection. Supreme Court opinions. From the Legal Information Institute of Cornell University Law School.

Supreme Court Historical Society. Features selected volumes from the Journal of Supreme Court History.

Supreme Court Times United States Supreme Court cases,
plain-English descriptions and plain-talk commentary. From Ross Runkel and

ALM/'s United States Supreme Court Monitor. contains all cases in which the Court has granted certiorari. Provides case information about when certiorari was granted, lower court case history, counsel and amicus filings.

Web Guide to U.S. Supreme Court Research. By Gail A. Partin, Associate Law Librarian at Penn State's Dickinson School of Law.

Wikipedia: Supreme Court of the US.


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