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Last Updated: Jan 05, 2018     Views: 1

Oral Argument transcripts (starting October Term 2000) are available on the Supreme Court web site

Oral arguments of the Supreme Court (1953-current) are available in the Law Library on microfiche (MICRO-10 S17).

  • To complete the microfiche request form, you will need the docket number of the case. 
  • The docket number is available at the top of the case as reported in United States Reports, Supreme Court Reporter, or Lawyer’s Edition.
  • Find the case citation in the table of cases in Federal Practice Digest (1976-2012 in library).
  • The docket number is included with the case information on the Supreme Court web site.

Westlaw coverage of U.S. Supreme Court Oral Arguments begins with the 1990-1991 term.

Selected oral argument transcripts (1793-1979) are available in Landmark briefs and arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States (Smith KF101.8 .K87).

Oyez provides audio of selected Supreme Court oral arguments online.

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