Materials Discussing the Process of Selecting and Confirming a Supreme Court Nominee

Materials Discussing the Process of Selecting and Confirming a Supreme Court Nominee

 

 

These materials discuss the Constitutional basis and other aspects of the nomination and approval of Supreme Court justices.

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Appointment of "judges of the Supreme Court" by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate is provided by U.S. Constitution art. 2, § 2, cl. 2

Discussion of the organization and operation of the U.S. Supreme Court, see Moore's Federal Practice, Ch. 401

Recent news articles on replacing or selecting a Supreme Court Justice

Recent articles discussing Supreme Court nominations from Federal News Service

Recent articles discussing Supreme Court nominations from The Washington Daybook

White House and Congressional documents and publications discussing Supreme Court nominations

Legal news articles concerning the President's selection of a Supreme Court nominee 

U.S. Law Week articles concerning the selection process

Articles from law reviews and journals concerning the process of selecting a Supreme Court Justice