The Supreme Court Of The United States
Article III, section 1, of the Constitution of the United States provides that "the Judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish."
The Supreme Court was created in accordance with provision and by authority of the Judiciary Act of September 24, 1789 (1 State. 73). It was organized on February 2, 1790.
The following material was condensed and edited from the Federal Courts Web site--with added content to further inform visitors to the Federal Gateway Web site.
Email the Supreme Court's webmaster: email@example.com
Email contact for U.S. Government information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Federal Judicial Center FAQs, news, search utility, publications, education programs, other Internet law locations, etc.
Federal Judiciary - LOC titled "Library of Congress Manuscripts: An Illustrated Guide."
Structure of the Federal Courts details makeup of current federal courts.
The Legal Information Institute - Cornell Law School good resource to reference--covers business law.
The World Wide Web Virtual Library covers organizations, legal topics, and search tools---University of Indiana School of Law document.
lii hermes - Cornell Law School contains all opinions of the court issued since 1990.
FedWorld/FLITE Supreme Court Decisions Homepage source of Historic File of Supreme Court Decisions, Search Full Text of Decisions (1937 - 1975)---and more.
Law Sitemap covers many aspects of the courts and law.
Legal Services of Northern California also provides good national data.
Office of Inspector General private corporation established by Congress to assure equal access to justice under the law---the President appoints a bipartisan Board of Directors.
Court Web Sites State Court, Federal Courts, and International Courts listings.
Americans with Disabilities Act Document Center (ADA) details public ADA laws, job accommodation network, federal sites, HIV/AIDS sites, alcohol and drugs, Internet news groups, etc.
IGnet referred to as the Internet for the IG (Inspector General) community.
Meta-Index for U.S. Legal Research search utilities of various legal topics.
Electronic Access Services - Courts provides automated information of the U.S. Federal Courts (for fee)---bulletin boards, etc.
The Third Branch monthly newsletter and past issues free on site.
Law Online federal agencies resource.
Federal Government Information - USC law resources.
FindLaw indexes and guides.
Staying Current with the U.S. Supreme Court and N.Y. Court of Appeals Cornell Law School provides free current awareness service via Email called liibulleting and liibulletin-ny (New York Court of Appeals decisions).
Links To Various Legal Sites associations, research, etc.
Project On Government Oversight investigates, exposes, and works to remedy abuses of power, mismanagement, etc.
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