of the United States of America
Annotations of Cases Decided by the Supreme Court of the United States, this online version is searchable and browsable. It's arranged by articleand amendment and is available in both plain-text and Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) formats. From the Congressional Research Service of the Library of Congress and current through July, 1996. - cl
FindLaw: Internet Legal Resources -
The best single starting point on the Web for doing legal research. Full text searchable database of all law reviews and journals on the Internet. Updated nightly. Also includes organizations, law firms and lawyers, judicial opinions and case law, etc.
Guide to Law Online : U.S. Constitution and Constitutional Law
( http://www.glin.gov/search.action )
An annotated guide to online sources of information worldwide on government and law. It includes links to the most useful and reliable sites for legal information available for each of the world's nations. Prepared by the U.S. Law Library of Congress.
Hermes Law Project at Cornell
( http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/supremes.htm )
The Legal Information Institute offers Supreme Court opinions under the auspices of Project Hermes, the court's electronic-dissemination project. This archive contains (or will soon contain) all opinions of the court issued since May of 1990.
( http://www.elaw.org/node/2730 )
Constitutions from countries in the world.
Oyez Oyez Oyez : A U.S. Supreme
( http://www.oyez.org/ )
This is a multimedia database about the United States Supreme Court. In addition to abstracts of key constitutional cases, we provide digital audio (RealAudio) of the Oral Arguments in many important cases, as well as several recordings of the announcement of the Court's opinion. We also link to the written opinions of the
court in all cases since 1893, provided by the FindLaw project.
Thomas - Legislative Information on the Internet
Current news, bills, Congressional Record, committee information, legislative process and archive of historical documents. Originates from the U.S. Congress.
USSC database of U.S. Supreme Court
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Look up cases by citation,
case name, docket number, subject, or by conducting full text
Willamette Law Online
From Willamette University Law School. Includes summaries and full text opinions of cases from the United States Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Oregon Supreme Court, Oregon Court of Appeals, as well as cases regarding Dispute Resolution, and Intellectual Property. Each subsequent page has a corresponding e-mail service that delivers case summaries. The United States Supreme Court News and Oregon Court News deliver case summaries within 24 hours of decision.