SCOTUS Notes – Become a Citizen Archivist & Help Transcribe US Supreme Court Justices’ Handwritten Notes

Sign up to work on SCOTUS Notes and become a fly on the wall to the private deliberations of US Supreme Court Justices as they “discuss discuss, deliberate, and make initial decisions on cases that focus on some of the nation’s most pressing legal issues.” SCOTUS Notes is powered by Zooniverse, an online research platform run by volunteers. The work covers over 25,000 pages of notes that have been digitized by the Library of Congress, Washington and Lee University and Yale Law School. If you decide to participate you’ll receive a tutorial on how to use the Zonniverse platform and also be provided access to an open discussion forum in which to ask questions of the research team and your fellow citizen researchers.

Learn More: New crowdsourcing project lets you transcribe U.S. Supreme Court justices’ handwritten notes

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