« First Day of Law School Tutorial | Main | Ten Minute Mentor »

March 27, 2005

Landmark Supreme Court Cases

New groupblawg Objective Justice points to Landmark Supreme Court Cases, which claims to offer “one-stop shopping for activities related to key Supreme Court cases and concepts mandated by state standards.” The site is a product of Street Law and the Supreme Court Historical Society, which would suggest it's geared for people teaching these cases and concepts to junior high and high school students, as well as adults outside of law school. However, that doesn't make the materials any less useful for law students. For example, hypothetically speaking, if you were supposed to be prepared to talk about Mapp v. Ohio tomorrow but didn't have time to actually read the case, the materials at Landmark Supreme Court Cases might be really really helpful. ;-) Objective Justice is collecting bits of information like this so check back there regularly for more helpful study tips along with discussion of legal, political, and other issues.

Posted by mowabb at March 27, 2005 08:22 AM

Trackback Pings

TrackBack URL for this entry: