SupremeCourtHistory.Org – Supreme Court Society

  • May 27, 2008

SupremeCourtHistory.Org – Supreme Court SocietySupremeCourtHistory.Org is the official website for The Supreme Court Historical Society.

It is a private non-profit organization dedicated to the collection and preservation of the history of the Supreme Court of the United States. How? They do it by providing and conducting educational programs, supporting historical research, publishing books, journals, and electronic materials, and by collecting antiques and artifacts related to the Court’s history. Currently it has about 6,400 members who not only provide financial support, but also volunteer for service on its standing and ad hoc committees. You can learn more about its programs and education provided, at the About section located at the left hand side of the homepage. Other sections are History of the Court, How the Court Works, Society Publications, Learning Center, Researching the Court, Society Awards, and Gift Shop. This website enables you to make a trip to the past, you can access to truly historical documentary items, and a lot of things more. SupremeCourtHistory.Org – Supreme Court Society

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More – Supreme Court Cases

  • March 10, 2008

Landmarkcases.orgIf you are a teacher who is trying to teach their class about the Landmark Supreme Court cases and you will like to get some help, then you should visit the Landmark Cases web page. On this site you will find many interesting resources that will help make your lesson more appealing to students.

You can take a look at all the information the have about the different cases starting with the Marbury v. Madison in 1803 till the Texas v. Johnson case in 1989. For each different case, each teacher will have the option of choosing between using different resources or an activity for the class. On this site you will also learn some information about how to study a case, how to analyze political cartoons, about the moot court activity and more. Posted on this web page you will also find a list of basic concepts you should know if you are a law student. Teachers can use these clear and brief explanations to explain these concepts to their students.

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