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U.S. Court of Appeals Discuss this eTheme.

These sites contain resources to help students understand how the Court of Appeals System works and how it relates to other types of courts. There are tutorials, basic information about the courts and judges, links to court publications, and databases of statistical information and important court decisions. Includes a link to eTheme resources on the judicial branch of government.

Grades

  • 8,
  • 9,
  • 10,
  • 11,
  • 12

Links

This site is a clearinghouse for information from and about the Judicial Branch of the U.S. Government. Includes links to information about the federal courts, news releases, frequently asked questions, and other court links.
This page is a portal for information on the U.S. Courts of Appeals, including court fees and subpoena regulations.
This is the homepage for the education and research agency of the federal courts. In addition to general information, there are links to publications by the center, educational materials, and landmark legislation.
Read detailed information on the history of the federal courts, including a photography exhibit.
This brief tutorial explains what other federal courts exist, how the different kinds of courts work together, and how judges are appointed.
This tutorial is designed to introduce students to the federal court system. It includes information on what kind of cases the federal courts hear, and how to use court decisions in research.
Read this encyclopedia entry with supplemental information about the Supreme Court of the United States. NOTE: The site contains ads.
Students can read this encyclopedia entry about the Permanent Court of International Justice and decide if and how the World Court relates to the United States court system. NOTE: The site contains ads.
This is the official home page for the U.S. Supreme Court, the highest court of appeals in the land. Read about its history, its members, and its rules.
This is the official site for the Courts of the Ninth Circuit. It has links to other court sites and a 47-page PDF file tutorial for understanding the U.S. Courts
This site contains a database of Supreme Court decisions, docket reports, news links, information on justices and advocates, and many audio files of testimony.
These sites explain the role of the Supreme Court and the judicial branch of government. Includes information on the justices, explanations of court proceedings, summaries of landmark cases, and a Webquest.
These sites explain the role of the Supreme Court and the judicial branch of government. Includes information on the justices, explanations of court proceedings, summaries of landmark cases, and a Webquest.

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