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The Oyez Project


The Oyez Project

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A resource containing materials from and about the Supreme Court. There is information about the Justices, streaming audio clips of oral arguments before the Court, transcripts of legal briefs and opinions of the Court and a virtual tour.
Material Type: Collection
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: November 10, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 13, 2015
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Submitter: Glenda Morgan


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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Technical Requirements: Need a real player and Quicktime.
Language: English
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Avatar for Judith McDaniel
2 years ago

Judith McDaniel (Faculty)

Oyez is an outstanding resource.  I teach two law related courses at the university level and Oyez is alwyas a part of my syllabus and resources.  I love the summaries of the arguments and I especially like to be able to send students back to listen to the actual oral arguments and--when it happens--the justices reading an opinion or dissent from the bench.  It gives students a human and inside look at how legal opinions are made.

Time spent reviewing site: 35 minutes reviewing this time--many hours over the years.

Avatar for David Miller
3 years ago

David Miller (Faculty)

This website is from the Chicago-Kent College of Law and contains information related to the Supreme Court.  It reports on the case opinions and has links to the briefs.  It also has other material related to the Court, like lectures by the Justices.

Time spent reviewing site: I've used it lots.

Avatar for Brett Helm
8 years ago

Brett Helm (Staff Development Officer)

Between this site and LII from Cornell - you can cover the Supreme Court without missing a beat. Much more user friendly than the official government sites, and easy to navigate the links.
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