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Friday, September 28, 2007

Cool Web Application of the Day: Cert Pool Memo Archive

HT to Orin Kerr for identifying today's newest cool web application for law professors, Lee Epstein's marvelous database of cert pool memos.

If you've ever wondered what the court was thinking when denying (or granting) cert in a case you teach, now you can find out.  I spent some time digging for my sports law class and found a great memo on an NCAA antitrust case from 1992.

Posted by Geoffrey Rapp on September 28, 2007 at 01:34 PM | Permalink


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Northwestern Law School Professor Lee Epstein maintains a digital archive of Justice Blackman's papers. Included is a description of the cert process and copies of cert. memo's which are generally written by law clerks to assist the court in determining [Read More]

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