The Donald E. Pray Law Library is open to main campus students, and many (but not all) of its online resources are also available with a main campus OUNetID. See this page for all Law Library research guides, this one for resources related to the Supreme Court of the United States. Contact their Reference Desk at (405) 325-5268 or email them at Law-LibraryReference@ou.edu
Also see this guide on locating court records, briefs, and oral arguments from Yale University.
The Caselaw Access Project (“CAP”) expands public access to U.S. law. Our goal is to make all published U.S. court decisions freely available to the public online, in a consistent format, digitized from the collection of the Harvard Law Library.
Started in 2010, CourtListener is a core project of the Free Law Project, a federally-recognized 501(c)(3) public charity and a California non-profit public benefit corporation. Free Law Project seeks to provide free access to primary legal materials, develop legal research tools, and support academic research on legal corpora.
Legal periodicals, code of federal regulations, legal classics, treaties and agreements, U.S. Attorney General opinions, U.S. Federal Legislative History, U.S. Presidential Library, U.S. statutes at large, the U.S. Supreme Court Library, and more.
Indian Claims Insight allows researchers to understand and analyze Native American migration and forced resettlement throughout U.S. history, U.S. Government Indian removal policies, and subsequent actions to address Native American claims against the U.S. Government. This collection includes congressional publications, treaties, maps, and docket materials for all Indian Claims Commission cases, as well as cases that preceded and followed the existence of the commission.
Indexes legal publications, major law reviews, law journals, specialty law and bar association journals, and legal newspapers on Federal and State Cases, Laws and Government Regulations, Legal Practice, and legal subjects such as Taxation and International Law.
Contains the session laws of all 50 U.S. states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, as well as governmental session laws from the United States, Australia, Canada, and the Bahamas. Full text available.
HeinOnline contains the full-text of the United States Code (official version) and the Statutes at Large in PDF page image format going back to the start of these publications. This database should be your source for locating official Acts of Congress or references to the official code.