Appellate Advocacy Blog

Editor: Tessa L. Dysart
The University of Arizona
James E. Rogers College of Law

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

#TwitterTuesday--SCOTUS edition

TwitterTuesdays

We are one week away from the first arguments of the Supreme Court's 2016 Term.  So, for #TwitterTuesday this week, I wanted to focus on the Supreme Court related Twitter accounts that you should follow to be stay in the know about all things SCOTUS related.

By far, my favorite source for SCOTUS news is SCOTUSblog.com.  They provide detailed information on pending cases and cert petitions and liveblog the release of opinions.  Follow them on Twitter (@SCOTUSblog) to access their content and discuss the latest SCOTUS news with other appellate enthusiasts.  Just remember--it isn't the real Twitter account of the Supreme Court!  That account is (@USSupremeCourt).

Tony Mauro (@Tonymauro) is a Supreme Court correspondent for Law.com and the National Law Journal (@The NLJ) and tweets about all things SCOTUS. For a look at the Court that goes beyond its rulings, make sure to follow Mr. Mauro.

After working in a firm, Kimberly Robinson (@KimberlyRobinson) is a legal editor for U.S Law Week and is that publication’s lead reporter at the Supreme Court. She also blogs for Bloomberg BNA on matters concerning the High Court.    

Oyez (@Oyez) is Chicago-Kent's multimedia Supreme Court archive.  It has some great historical tools for SCOTUS followers.

Don’t forget to check out Supreme Court USA (@iSupremeCourt) for information regarding potential cases and recent decisions before the Supreme Court.

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