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Government Documents - Federal Courts: Federal Judiciary
A guide to the Federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. appellate and district courts, and special courts like the Bankruptcy Court and Tax Court. Guide created by Trisha Yee.
UCLA School of Law Library guide that "describes a wide range of online legal research resources. It covers primary law, government resources, research guides, reference sources, forms, and legal news."
Full text electronic access to numerous judicial branch and legal resources. Search by title, citation, and more.
The Government Documents Collection contains a number of publications by and about the federal judiciary. Here is a sample:
Federal Judicial Center Publications (GOVD JU 13.) Books about procedures, operations, statistics, and other aspects of the federal courts. Titles may be available online, at the Law Library or in Gov Docs.