Looking for a way to get up to speed on Judge Samuel Alito's opinions before his confirmation hearings start on Monday? No time to read all 415 majority, concurring, and dissenting opinions he's written? No worries! The Alito Project at Yale Law School has it covered.
In this informal project, a small group of Yale Law School students and faculty read each one of Judge Alito's opinions, summarized their findings in a 62-page report, and delivered a copy of the report to each U.S. senator.
Yale's press release describing the Alito Project links to the full report, The Alito Opinions: A Report of the Alito Project at the Yale Law School (PDF; 62 pages).
[Thanks to the Law Librarian Blog for the tip!]