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Supreme Court of the United States - Resource Guide: Home

This is a guide for law and undergraduate students researching the United States Supreme Court.

Overview of Guide

The study of  the United States Supreme Court is important to many students at the University of Oklahoma.  This guide will help law and undergraduate students begin the research process by finding resources relevant to the U.S. Supreme Court. Some of the resources are available online and some are in print.  Most databases are accessible if you are researching on campus.  If you are off campus, you will need to login with your 4x4 for the licensed databases.  A few databases marked with the asterisk (*) are available only to law students.  For beginners, there is a helpful overview provided by The Supreme Court Historical Society that explains How the Court Works.  If you need research help or have any questions, please feel free to stop by the Law Library reference desk or call 325-5268 or email me.

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Joel Wegemer
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and Adjunct Professor of Law
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