U of M crowdsourcing project transcribes Supreme Court justices’ handwritten notes

If you have ever wanted to be a fly on the wall during deliberations by U.S. Supreme Court justices or travel back in time to witness Supreme Court decisions, a new crowdsourcing project led by researchers at the University of Minnesota and Michigan State University allows you to do just that.

The project, named SCOTUS Notes, is the newest citizen science project under the Zooniverse platform originated at the University of Minnesota.

Chief Justice

My understanding is that some time in the 19th century the Chief Justice's formal title changed from Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States to Chief Justice of the United States. Can anyone point me to any articles, books, etc discussing this matter?

Thank you,

Seth

Chief Justice

My understanding is that some time in the 19th century the Chief Justice's formal title changed from Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States to Chief Justice of the United States. Can anyone point me to any articles, books, etc discussing this matter?

Thank you,

Seth

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