Caption for frame no. 20: A tourist takes a picture of the U.S. Supreme Court Building.

Resources for Teaching World Courts


 

Looking for new historical content, primary sources, or lesson suggestions?

 

NCHE is pleased to share this curated list of websites that will help your students better understand the United States court system, as well as courts around the world. 


 

 More Perfect
Podcast

NPR

 Website

Judge Chats
Lesson Plan

National Constitution Center

Website

Federal District Courts
Overview

Esri Geoinquiries

Website

How a Case gets to the Supreme Court

TedEd

Website

Court Quest
Interactive Game

iCivics

Website

Supreme Court of the United States Overview

U.S. Supreme Court

Website

Ketanji Brown Jackson
Biography

The White House

Website

Sandra Day O'Connor: 
The First

PBS

Website

Comparative Constitutions Project

Constitute

 Website

Rule of Law Index

World Justice Project


Website

Global Freedom Status

Freedom House


Website

International Court of Justice

United Nations


Website

Inernational Courts

U.S. Department of Justice

Website

International Criminal Court

ICC

Website

EU Courts

European Commission

Website

Timeline of U.S. Federal History

H-FedHist  (an H-Net List)

 
Website

StudentCam 2022

C-SPAN Student Documentary Competition


Website

American Government and Politics
Resource Guide

Jefferson Community & Technocal College
  
Website