Research@UWW searches "Everything" (articles, books, ebooks, videos, government documents, etc.) in all disciplines. Add filters like date or resource type (e.g., articles) after a search. Books, media, and more UW Whitewater searches just UW-W library holdings.
Google Scholar finds scholarly sources (e.g., journal articles). Configure it to link to subscription database content.
Google Books finds and describes books; previews may allow searching the text and reading all or portions of it online.
Databases by Subject or A-Z by title list Library subscription & free databases for articles, dissertations, statistics, etc.
Journal Search searches journal, magazine or newspaper titles to see if there is access online or in other formats.
Note: Licensed resources require a UW-W login (the e-mail/Canvas Net-ID ). The Troubleshooting page may help with difficulties.
American Bench, 24th ed. (Reference Collection, 2d fl., KF8700.A19 A44 2014)
Biography Reference Bank database (Search for judges by name)
Search the library's article databases for judges using their names as subjects, e.g., searching all EBSCOhost databases simultaneously will include Biography Reference Bank results--Click Continue, Go to the advanced search to put the name in the top search box and select the field "SU Subject Terms."
Guide to the U.S. Supreme Court (2011 ed.: see chapter 22; 1990 ed. in 3rd-floor Main Collection at KF8742 .W567 1990)
The Supreme Court A to Z (Reference Collection, 2d fl., KF8742 .A35 S8 2007)
Search Research@UWW's "Books, Media and more (UW Whitewater)" for books, using the person’s name in subject (last name first) in and Advanced Search, or try these keyword "in subject" searches:
Search the ProQuest Congressional database for confirmation hearings, as well as CRS reports, on nominated justices. An alternative for finding confirmation hearings is Research@UWW's "Books media and more (UW Whitewater)." Example search: nomin* AND kagan AND supreme
Search Westlaw Campus Research for opinions they have written or joined.
You can find many majority opinions written by a U.S. Supreme Court justice with:
<last name> /1 delivered, e.g., kavanaugh /1 delivered
When looking at a case, use "Go to" to move quickly to different parts of the case, such as the majority opinion.
See the bios on the U.S. Supreme Court web site and the SCOTUSblog site, as well as on the Oyez site.
The Library of Congress provides a research guide for sources of information about U.S. Supreme Court Nominations (since 2005).
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Select Cases from the Browse menu, and then select Supreme Court if desired.
Click Advanced Search (right of the main search box), and then put the justice's name in one of the field boxes for Concurring, Dissenting, or Written By.