The following databases access legal research studies and scholarly journal articles:
Below are links to the syllabus of each case. The syllabus outlines the facts of the case and the path that the case has taken to get to the Supreme Court.
Research Note: Search the USC Libraries Catalog for books. You can get to the catalog from the Libraries' main page and clicking on Research at the top of the page. When searching for books in the catalog, enter terms that reflect the underlying Constitutional questions before the court [e.g., freedom of expression, search and seizure, due process, etc.].
Below are links to research guides developed by library faculty in the USC Law Library that give detailed information on how to find legal information.
Supreme Court Cases
Supreme Court Briefs, Dockets, Orders, Rules, and Decisions
Descriptions of resources are adapted or quoted from vendor websites.