The University of Virginia School of Law has launched the Gorsuch Project
, a website devoted to the career of Neil Gorsuch, US President Donald Trump’s nominee to fill the vacancy left on the US Supreme Court by the death of Justice Antonin
Scalia in 2016:
"Hearings on the nomination of the Honorable Neil Gorsuch to the U.S.
Supreme Court are scheduled to begin March 20 and interest in the
nominee’s judicial record is high. To assist researchers, we’re proud to
announce the launch of the Neil Gorsuch Project,
a website that assembles all of Gorsuch’s written opinions, as well as
concurrences and dissents he either wrote or joined as a judge for the
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Lists of published articles and speeches
by Gorsuch are also included."
"The idea for the Gorsuch Project was born after law librarians from
several universities and government offices faced a similar question
from their patrons: 'Find as much information about the new Supreme
Court nominee as possible'."
Earlier Library Boy posts about the nomination include:
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