This week UGA School of Law streamed the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, nominated to become an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court in Rusk Hall’s Walker Room for students, faculty and staff to watch portions of the proceedings. Even though today was the final hearing, we know the membership of the Supreme Court is a matter of interest to many members of the law school community. To assist researchers and other’s interested in the nominee’s judicial record University of Virginia School of Law’s Legal Data Lab has launched the Brett Kavanaugh Project. According to UVA Law Library’s blog, the project is:
…a website that assembles all of Kavanaugh’s written opinions, as well as concurrences and dissents he either wrote or joined as a judge for the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. The site includes both full-text search and delimited search capabilities. For example, researchers can find the number of dissents Kavanaugh authored in “Freedom of Speech” cases and get easy access to those opinions.
For more information about the project, and to search the site visit the website.