• AP Profiles Goldman and Oyez

    by  • June 19, 2013 • Faculty in the News • 0 Comments

    This week the AP profiled Chicago-Kent professor Jerry Goldman and the Oyez Project, Goldman’s multimedia archive devoted to the Supreme Court of the United States (“Supreme Court archive has about 14K hours of audio“). In addition to providing an overview of the archive, the report highlights some of Oyez’s forthcoming developments, including the ability to search oral argument transcripts for key words and phrases. By this fall, users will be able to “search for and then listen to every time [a phrase such as] ‘strict scrutiny’ has been used or every time someone said ‘broccoli’ during last year’s health care law debate.”

    Click here to read the full AP story, or start exploring Oyez’s 14,000+ hours of Supreme Court audio.


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