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Supreme Court Nominations     View
This page compiles resources about the nomination process for replacement of U.S. Supreme Court justices. It includes lists of nominees confirmed and not confirmed by Congress, bibliography on the nomination process, and information about nominees fr ...

Supreme Court Nominations Research Guide     View
"This guide is designed to explain the nomination process and to suggest resources for further research in the nomination process" for U.S. Supreme Court justices. Includes information about nomination hearings of justices and confirmation ...

John Marshall: An Exhibition at the Library of Virginia     View
This small, illustrated exhibit provides highlights from the life and career of John Marshall, who was the fourth U.S. Supreme Court justice. Essays discuss Marshall's legal education and early career, his appointment as chief justice in February 180 ...

Inside the Courtroom: United States Attorneys Kids Page     View
This site provides an introduction to the workings of U.S. courtrooms. It includes a description of federal prosecutors and U.S. Attorneys, an illustrated guide to a courtroom and its participants, and a glossary. From the U.S. Department of Justice.

The 'Lectric Law Library Forms Room     View
Contains forms for business (real estate, corporations, employment, contracts), and legal practice (management, litigation).

FindLaw: Court Forms     View
Contains court forms for federal appellate, district and bankruptcy courts; and state forms on topics such as adoption, civil harassment, divorce, landlord/ tenant, support, and traffic.

Famous Trials: The Chicago Seven     View
Background about "the 1969-70 trial of seven radicals accused of conspiring to incite a riot at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago." Includes an essay about the protests at the 1968 convention and the trial, and links to mat ...

United States Marshals Service: Service of Process     View
This site contains general information about procedures for giving legal notice in federal criminal, civil, and foreign processes, sales, and admiralty matters. Includes descriptions of subpoena, summons, writ of habeas corpus, restraining order, jur ...

Justice for All: The Legacy of Thurgood Marshall     View
Background about U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, who as legal director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) had argued "Brown v. Board of Education" before the Supreme Court. Also includes ...

"Frivolous" Lawsuits News     View
Discussions of "frivolous" lawsuits and the idea that special interest groups and media are claiming a marked increase in litigation from the 1980s to the present. Topics include "Rule 11" ("federal act specifically provides ...




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