With hearings slated for Monday on the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court, journalists and researchers have been scrambling to put together a comprehensive dossier on the candidate.

The library at the University of Virginia School of Law, in collaboration with other law libraries and interested groups, has created the Neil Gorsuch Project — a one-stop website that compiles the judge's opinions, publications and speeches.

According to UVA's Arthur J. Morris Law Library blog, "The Gorsuch Project was born after law librarians from several universities and government offices faced a similar question from their patrons: 'Find as much information about the new Supreme Court nominee as possible.'”

In addition to his written opinions, the website includes concurrences and dissents he either wrote or joined in on as judge on the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.

The website includes a search option for browsing the judge's opinions by keywords.


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