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Details the beginnings of our Federal Court System, and discusses the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals, the U.S. District courts, Bankruptcy Courts, and U.S. Courts of Special Jurisdiction.
Provides access to case and docket information for cases in federal appellate, district and bankruptcy courts. Fees are required for most resources on this site; contact the Franklin library with any questions (email@example.com).
AnyLaw is a free legal research service that gives you unlimited access to massive amounts of valuable legal data, comprised of data drawn from a multitude of resources and includes archival and current caselaw, just released slip opinions, and statutes.
A database and interactive map of American slave cases and the modern cases that continue to cite slave cases as legal precedent. Contributors include professors and students from the Michigan State University College of Law.
Oyez (pronounced oh-yay), a free law project of the IIT Chicago-Kent School of Law, is a multimedia archive devoted to making the Supreme Court of the United States accessible to everyone. It is a complete and authoritative source for all of the Court’s audio since the installation of a recording system in October 1955. In addition, Oyez exclusively offers transcript-synchronized and searchable audio, plain-English case summaries, illustrated decision information, and opinions.