Blog Posts: Andrew J. Wisniewsky

Andrew J. Wisniewsky

Stress-Free Current Awareness Resources for Journal Students

Learn about some current awareness resources that are perfect for a busy schedule.
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Posted by Andrew J. Wisniewsky on Wed. September 8, 2021 10:00 AM
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Legal Writing Resources for Judicial Clerks and Externs

If the thought of drafting a bench memo, jury instructions, or an opinion is overwhelming these resources can help.

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Posted by Andrew J. Wisniewsky on Fri. July 2, 2021 2:00 PM
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The Curious Case of Presidential Libraries

You may have heard of Presidential Libraries. Maybe your home state had one, or you visited one on a field trip. But what exactly are they, and who runs them?


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Posted by Andrew J. Wisniewsky on Mon. March 22, 2021 10:00 AM
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Researching Presidential Materials: Key Resources to Know

As the Biden administration begins, and the news fills with a flurry of presidential activities, now is a great time to brush-up on where to find documents from the White House.  


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Posted by Andrew J. Wisniewsky on Wed. February 10, 2021 2:00 PM
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Behind the Buzzword: Reading Guide on Originalism

As you may have heard a thing-or-two about, we’re in the middle of a Supreme Court nomination. In the debate surrounding Amy Coney Barrett, there has been a ton of discussion on how much of an originalist she is. So -- what exactly is an originalist?


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Posted by Andrew J. Wisniewsky on Thu. October 22, 2020 1:00 PM
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Keeping up with SCOTUS

US Supreme Court decisions have sweeping effects, and no matter your interest area: it's a good idea to keep yourself informed. Not only are the Court's opinions themselves important, but also which cases they are going to hear in the future, or have denied hearing altogether. This begs the question what are the best resources for staying up to date on the Supreme Court?
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Posted by Andrew J. Wisniewsky on Tue. September 15, 2020 2:00 PM
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