The Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court
From the structure of the Supreme Court to its proceedings, this comprehensive encyclopedia presents the cornerstone of the American justice system. More than 500 A-to-Z entriesOCowritten by leading academics and lawyersOCooffer a thorough review of critical cases, issues, biographies, and topics important to understanding the Supreme Court. Helpful charts display how a case makes it to the Supreme Court, and tips on how to research and look up court cases enhance this authoritative, accessible reference."
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