New to SCOTUS mapping? Browse the Mapping Resources page of the library. There you can find detailed explanations of maps with links the videos, blog posts and scholarly articles.
Want to make your own SCOTUS map? Check out the free online Supreme Court Citation Network tool developed in collaboration with Free Law Project. Now anyone can create and share SCOTUS citation networks.
Big fan of Supreme Court data? Scrutinize our collection of 2014 Term maps. Every single case decided by the Court in its 2014 Term is available in a sortable table linked to maps, SCOTUSBlog entries, Supreme Court Database (Spaeth) data and more.
Want the latest? Check out the Project's In Progress blog or look at the latest Featured Map on our library site.
The Supreme Court Mapping Project is an ongoing and collaborative research venture that uses original software technology to enhance teaching, learning, and scholarship about Supreme Court doctrine.
The SCOTUS Mapping Project has two components:
- Development of the Mapper software. There are now two versions of the mapping software with which users can create sophisticated interactive maps of Court doctrine -- a free online tool and a desktop version made available upon request.
- Building library of Supreme Court doctrinal maps. Our library has dozens of useful maps charting 1st, 4th, 5th, 8th and 14th Amendment doctrine. Maps also cover precedent regarding commerce power, patents, civil procedure and more. Our new 2014 Term library provides a map for every case decided in the the Court's 2014 Term.
For his work on the SCOTUS Mapping Project, Professor Starger was listed in 2014's "Fastcase 50".