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The Supreme Court of the United States: a bibliography

Dorothy Louise Campbell Culver Tompkins

The Supreme Court of the United States: a bibliography

by Dorothy Louise Campbell Culver Tompkins

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Published by Bureau of Public Administration, University of California in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Supreme Court -- Bibliography

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 217 p.
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17933669M
    LC Control Number60062972

      Journals. The following are selected journals that publish articles about the Supreme Court regularly. Cato Supreme Court Review (Available in print and electronically from -) In the Cato Supreme Court Review, leading legal scholars analyze the most important cases of the Supreme Court,s most recent Review is published annually on Constitution Day, Septem in tandem Author: Jennifer Krombach. Title U.S. Reports: Roe v. Wade, U.S. (). Contributor Names Blackmun, Harry A. (Judge) Supreme Court of the United States (Author).

    It is easily the most original and important work on partisan gerrymandering to appear since the Court’s ruling.' Gary Jacobson - University of California, San Diego 'Translating votes into a fair division of seats is a fundamental challenge of democracy. The authors powerfully demonstrate how the Supreme Court's decision in Vieth by: This is a course on the Supreme Court of the United States, with a special emphasis on the Court’s status as a political institution in American life. As lawyers and citizens, we mostly are concerned with the outcome of the Supreme Court’s processes – the decisions handed down each year by the Court.

    Supreme Court of the United States (Author) Created / Published Subject Headings Book/Printed Material Selective service act of Caption title. On J , the committee of conference chaired by House Armed Services Committee Chairman Walter Andrews issued this conference report, The Supreme Court Justices: Illustrated Biographies, –, Third Edition, provides a single-volume reference profiling every Supreme Court justice from John Jay through Elena Kagan. An original essay on each justice paints a vivid picture of his or her individuality as shaped by family, education, pre-Court career, and the times in which.


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Genre/Form: Bibliographies Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rutland, George H. Supreme Court of the United States. Huntington, NY: Nova. Get this from a library. The Supreme Court of the United States: a bibliography. [Dorothy Louise Campbell Culver Tompkins].

As of Marchcases decided on or before October 3, are available in United States Reports. U.S. Supreme Court: Official Citation. When citing Supreme Court cases, you must cite to the official Supreme Court reporter, United States Reports. To cite to a case in the United States Reports, list the following five elements in order:Author: Sarah Elichko.

Read the full-text online edition of The Justices of the United States Supreme Court: Their Lives and Major Opinions - Vol.

4 (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The Justices of the United States Supreme Court. The Supreme Court's official website debuted in and continually adds materials. Opinions and Journals are available in slip form on the Court's website in PDF format and remain until the print volume of the U.S.

Reports is published. Opinions from bound volumes (OT ) to date are available. Guides to opinions and how to obtain them are also included. Official Reporter. When citing a U.S. Supreme Court case, you must cite to the official reporter, the United States Reports, if the case is published therein (Table 1, p).

A citation to a case in the United States Reports includes the following five elements. Name of the case (underlined or italicized and abbreviated according to Rule ). Case Citation Finder The search box below may be used to retrieve the citation, in the form recommended by the Reporter of Decisions, for every signed, per curiam, or in-chambers opinion published (or soon to be published) in the United States Reports.

"A History of the Supreme Court" is a nicely written institutional history of, well, of the Supreme Court. However, it's not really a history of the U.S.

constitution or its role in our national development, and it gives legal doctrine short shrift in favor of capsule biographies /5(21).

The Supreme Court by Geoffrey M. Horn is a children's book about the judiciary. Other books and Web sites include: Federal Judicial Center. Marshall, the Courthouse Mouse. The Supreme Court of the United States.

The U.S. Supreme Court. The Children's Books and Web Sites bibliography lists more kid-friendly literature about the U.S. government.

6. United States v. Dennis, F. Bibliography Usually not cited in bibliography. Author-Date Style. 1st Parenthetical Note (United States v. Dennis ) Subsequent Parenthetical Notes (United States v. Dennis ) Reference List United States v.

Dennis. (2d Cir. State or Local Court. Notes-Bibliography Style. 1st Author: Jeff Gates. The U.S. Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States.

This LibGuide contains information on U.S. Supreme Court cases. Websites. Click on the following links to get more information. General Info Sites that cover broad information on many/all SCOTUS cases. The List does not attempt the completeness of a bibliography. A great number of unimportant United States documents, for instance, have been purposely omitted.

They consisted mostly of reports, resolutions, etc., which affected the Supreme Court very slightly, if at : Library of Congress; Divis Bibliography. United States Supreme Court Decisions. Where you read the opinion of a United States Supreme Court decision will dictate how you cite it in MLA style.

Legal-citation style, in contrast, points to the opinion published in the United States Reports, the authoritative legal source for the United States Supreme Court’s decisions, and cites the.

U.S. = United States Reports. = case begins on page = date of the case decision. The official reporter is the United States Reports (US) and the two unofficial, parallel reporters are the. Supreme Court Reporter () and. United States Supreme Court Reports Lawyers' Edition (L.

or 2nd). United States (the DOMA case) is not available in the U.S. Reports yet (as of 2/13/). So it must be cited from the Supreme Court Reporter. Thus, the unofficial Supreme Court Reporter cite for the Windsor case isWindsor v.

United States, (). The elements of the Supreme Court Reporter cite are as follows:Author: Sue Altmeyer. "The government of the United States has been emphatically termed a government of laws, and not of men." So spoke John Marshall in Marbury n, 1 Cranch () and in that famous case went on, through the force of his own will and wisdom, to turn a moribund tribunal into the Supreme Court of the United States, a new political institution powerful enough to chastise and limit.

Curtis, Benjamin Robbins. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Court of the United States for the First Circuit, Boston: Little, Brown, (2 vols) — 2: Digest of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States. From the Origin of the Court to the Close of the December Term   United States.

Supreme Court -- Bibliography, United States. Supreme Court, Courts of last resort -- United States -- Bibliography, Courts of last resort, Supreme Court (VS), United States, Courts of last resort United States Bibliography, United States Supreme Court Bibliography Publisher Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly CollectionPages: Some of these cases have reached the United States Supreme Court, whose rulings over more than a century have both expanded and restricted the legal rights of Latinos, creating a complex terrain of power relations between the U.S.

government and the country's now-largest ethnic minority. The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) [2] is the highest court in the federal judiciary of the United has ultimate (and largely discretionary) appellate jurisdiction over all federal and state court cases that involve a point of federal law, and original jurisdiction over a narrow range of cases, specifically "all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and.

H.W. Perry, Jr., Deciding to Decide: Agenda Setting in the United States Supreme Court (Harvard University Press, ) Of these books, this one is not the best for providing an overview of the court; rather, it provides a thorough, somewhat academic analysis of the certiorari process.

William Rehnquist, The Supreme Court (Vintage Books, ).A particular theme of the book is the personal and ideological tension between Marshall and Jefferson concerning the "meaning of the American Revolution and the nature of the new nation it brought into being" (xvi).

Prucha, Francis Paul, ed. Documents of United States Indian Policy. 3rd ed. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, The Court added insult to injury by denying the State of Florida the opportunity to remedy the defects that the Court identified - and, remarkably, the Court did so through an indefensible reading of Florida's own state law, which the Court implausibly claimed the Florida Supreme Court had construed to require an end to the vote - counting less.