The ever-helpful folks at the University of Michigan Law Library and at the Law Library of Congress have wasted no time in creating web pages to keep track of information about Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito.
So far, the University of Michigan Law Library's page, Hot Topics: Information on Samuel A. Alito, Jr., Nominee for Justice of the Supreme Court, covers: biographical information; majority, concurring and dissenting opinions amicus & party briefs; Supreme Court oral argument transcripts; articles by Alito; New York Times articles about Alito; and various miscellaneous documents. As the consideration of this nominee proceeds, Michigan's law library staff will add to this page. Space has already been set aside for confirmation hearing transcripts and other congressional documents and debates. [A tip of the hat to U. Michigan's Kincaid C. Brown, Barbara H. Garavaglia, Aimee S. Mangan and Jennifer L. Selby who collaborated on this essential web page.]
Notable features of Law Library of Congress's excellent Supreme Court Nominations - Samuel A. Alito: Selected Resources in the Law Library Reading Room include a PDF excerpt of Alito's 1990 confirmation hearings and citations to memoranda written by Alito during his service in the Department of Justice's Office of Legal Counsel. The Law Library of Congress's page also covers articles and book, congressional documents, selected cases, and web sites. [Thanks to Emily Carr, Legal Reference Specialist, Law Library of Congress, for the tip!]