Law nerd alert: Happy First Monday in October!

The first Monday in October marks the traditional start of the US Supreme Court term.  Two great resources can help you follow and make sense of the cases before the Court.

The Legal Information Institute’s (LII) Supreme Court Bulletin is published by 2nd and 3rd year students at Cornell Law School.  LII has become a primary free repository for cases, statutes and regulations in the United States.

ScotusBlog (sponsored by the law firm of Goldstein & Russell, P.C., and hosted by Bloomberg Law) provides comprehensive reporting on all the activities at the Supreme Court. Articles are written by a number of different Supreme Court litigators and law professors, as well as longtime Supreme Court reporter Lyle Denniston.

Both of these great resources have free subscription options and updates via their Facebook pages.  It’s a great way to keep up to date on Supreme Court litigation and decisions.