If you're looking to get your hands on comprehenisve information about Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor, these sources should help.
- Sonia Sotomayor page, Law Library of Congress.
Lists articles and other publications; has information on Judge Sotomayor's 1992 and 1997 confirmation hearings; links to other web sites. [Hat tip to Emily Carr, Legal Reference Specialist, Law Library of Congress.]
- Supreme Court Nominations Research Guide, Georgetown Law Library.
Includes or links to biographies, transcripts of the 1992 and 1997 confirmation hearings; citations to publications by Judge Sotomayor; background information about the nomination and confirmation process.
- Supreme Court Nominee Sonia Sotomayor Opinions and Papers (SOTOMAYOR-NOM), from Westlaw (for subscribers only).
Contains "opinions joined or authored by Judge Sotomayor while sitting on the United States Court of Appeals and the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York … federal or state decisions in which Judge Sotomayor was an attorney of record or party … [selected] articles written by or about Judge Sotomayor … a current resume of Judge Sotomayor by West's Profiler … her biography from the Almanac of the Federal Judiciary … congressional documents related to the nomination process."
- Articles by or about Judge Sotomayor, from HeinOnline (for USF subscribers only).
Over 170 articles containing at least one mention of the nominee. [If you belong to another institution that subscribes to HeinOnline, try this link to HeinOnline's Sotomayor articles.]