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Special Feature: Nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

On Sept. 26, President Donald Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, to succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and become the 115th justice of the Supreme Court. Here is a collection of resources about Barrett’s nomination.

Background & process

Barrett’s opinions, writings and speeches

Nomination materials

SCOTUSblog coverage

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10.22.20 Barrett nomination moves to Senate floor
10.20.20 Symposium: Barrett’s history-first approach to the Second Amendment
10.15.20 Barrett hearings, day four: A sense of inevitability from both sides of the aisle
10.15.20 Symposium: A close look at Barrett’s rulings on qualified immunity
10.14.20 Barrett hearings, day three: Many more questions from senators, few new details from the nominee
10.14.20 Symposium: Sifting for clues in Barrett’s criminal law opinions
10.14.20 Symposium: Barrett’s record suggests willingness to uphold abortion restrictions
10.14.20 Barrett hearings, day two: “I have no agenda”
10.12.20 Barrett hearings, day one: Opening statements on health care, religion and the Supreme Court’s role
10.12.20 The return of virtual SCOTUS
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