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Resources for Current Events: 2020 - US Supreme Court

The law library curates these resources to provide potential starting points for legal research relating to current events.

About this page

A few scholarly sources on timely US Supreme Court topics are listed at the right, as well as links to suggested catalog searches for additional related resources.

Updated November 4, 2020.

Remote Services

How to get ebooks remotely

UofSC students, faculty, and staff can:

  1. Click any ebook title here,
  2. then click the link that appears below the words "Connect to."
  3. If prompted, select School of Law.
  4. If prompted, enter your UofSC Network ID and password.

Finding more ebooks like these

  1. Click any ebook title here, scroll down to LC Subject and click on the subject that looks most promising.
  2. This will take you to an alphabetical list of subjects; click any subject in the list to see all titles the library has on that subject.
  3. In the list of titles, the left column will contain icons indicating which titles are ebooks or internet resources, available remotely.

How to ask a librarian

For guidance navigating or troubleshooting resources listed here, or help finding something different, please use:

Law Library Chat during available hours, or 

email lawref@law.sc.edu.

Guide Editor

Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Try a Law Library Catalog search for Ginsburg, Ruth Bader to find resources like these, among many more.

Process of Judicial Selection to the Supreme Court

Try a Law Library Catalog search for Judges -- Selection and Appointment to find resources like these, among many more.