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Government Resources for Research and Study: Judicial/Court

Tool for guiding students, faculty, and other users to print and digital government resources.

About Judicial and Federal Court Publications

The Federal Courts resolve disputes and conflicts arising from federal law. The Federal Courts include the District (Trial) Courts, the Appellate Courts, the Supreme Court, and also Bankruptcy Courts, Tax Courts, and the Court of International Trade. Court Publications include official opinions (decisions) and reports, case documents, rules of practice and procedure, and directories of the federal judiciary. Click below to access court publications online. Check the AUM Catalog or come to the Government Documents Department for help locating court publications. 

Print editions of Court and Judicial Publications at AUM

Our print collection of Supreme Court publications includes printed editions of U.S. Reports, Official Reports of the Supreme Court and individual Slip Opinions.  

Our print collection of publications from the U.S. Tax Court includes The United States Tax Court Reports. 

Search the AUM catalog or come to the Government Documents Department for help locating materials.      


AUM Legal Reference Collection

Our Legal Reference Department carries some commercial court reporters, including The Supreme Court Reporter, The Federal Reporter, Federal Supplements, The Southern Reporter, The Southeastern Reporter, and othersThese print editions are accessible from the 2nd floor of the Library Tower.

AUM students, faculty and staff also have access to the Westlaw Next database through our AUM Online Catalog