Prof. Starger has explained the basic theory and practice animating the SCOTUS Mapping Project in a series of short blog posts.
The Project has so far produced four "Visual Guides" to recent Supreme Court cases that combine a SCOTUS Map with brief explanatory text.
For a free full-color printout of the Windsor or Sebelius Visual Guides, please email Prof. Starger.
The Supreme Court Mapping Project is an original software-driven initiative currently in Beta development. The project, under the direction of University of Baltimore School of Law Assistant Professor Colin Starger, seeks to use information design and software technology to enhance teaching, learning, and scholarship focused on Supreme Court precedent. Click here for a general-interest article about the project.
The SCOTUS Mapping Project has two distinct components:
The SCOTUS Mapping Project is currently able to offer modest stipends for users to make maps to contribute to the library. For more information, please read this post.