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Government Publications-United States Federal Government

This guide was designed to help aid students and researchers locate information published by the U.S Federal government.

Judicial Branch Resources

The UBC Law Library is the location for most legal and judicial materials.

UBC Law Library Contact Information: 

Reference Desk 604.822.9379
law.library@ubc.ca


Selective list of  key judicial resourcse: 

U.S Courts: The Federal JudiciaryThe official web site for U.S. Federal courts, with links to the Supreme Court, Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and Bankruptcy Courts. There are also links to full text reports and statistics on the court system.

ABA Lawinfo.orgThis site, provided by the America Bar Association, is designed for the consumer, and is divided into eight sections: Family, Home, Job, Finances, Buying and Selling, Criminal Justice, and Finding a Lawyer.

Documentary History of the Supreme Court of  the United States 1789-1800 / Law Library KF8742. A45 D66

Guide to Law OnlinePrepared by the Law Library of Congress Public Services Division, is an annotated guide to sources of information on government and law available online. It includes selected links to useful and reliable sites for legal information.

Judicial Business of the US Courts: The annual report of the director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, providing statistics on the business done by the federal courts each year

Supreme Court Nominations: From the Library of Congress, this website provides a range of materials related to the nomination process, for both confirmed and not confirmed nominees.

Supreme Court of the United States The official website for the Supreme Court of the U.S. There is information about the Court, and links to its Docket, Arguments, Opinions, and Orders.:  

Georgetown Law Library Supreme Court Research Guide