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PSCI 3210: The Supreme Court

This library guide supports the curriculum of PSCI 3210: The Supreme Court. Students can use this guide to find resources for research projects and supplemental reading.

Welcome to the course guide to PSCI 3210: The Supreme Court. My name is Brea Henson, and I am your Political Science librarian. 

This guide is designed to help you complete assignments and research on the supreme court and US law. 

The "Articles and Law Reviews" page provides access to databases in the UNT Libraries that have access to academic articles and law reviews, a list of the top law review journals, and links to help you access more journals on internal law and government.

The "US Federal Law" page provides a list of UNT Databases and US government websites to help you access US treaties and laws between other international entities. 

Finally, the "Citations" page provides links to the APSA styles guide and resources to help you use the BlueBook methods. Both citation methods will be used in this course. 

If you need research assistance in this class, please email me at

UNT Libraries Services for Students

If you have any questions about UNT Libraries services for students, please ask your librarian, Brea Henson.

Check Out Materials

This is a starting point for info on lending privileges, locations, borrowing reserve items, and borrowing items from other libraries:

Material Delivery Service- Now Online Holds

We can deliver many regular circulating items to various UNT campus locations for you.  Find out who qualifies, delivery locations & timing, how to make requests, and limitations as some restrictions apply:

Printing, Scanning, Photocopies

There are printers, scanners, and copiers located throughout the Libraries. This page gives you information about their locations and other basic information:

Laptops for Checkout

The UNT Libraries have laptops available for checkout to students, faculty, and staff.  Special circulation rules, fines rates, and other guidelines apply:

Study Spaces Overview

The libraries provide a diverse range of study spaces.  This page details what you will find in them, highlights technology and workspace configurations, as well as notes the general noise level of each:

Reserving a Group Study Room

Group study room are available in multiple library locations. Find out where the rooms are located, hours of availability, how to get keys, and get up to speed on use policies:

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