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Blogging the Supreme Court

June 17, 2009

S09A0005. WASHINGTON v. THE STATE

S09A0006. TUVIM et al. v. UNITED JEWISH COMMUNITIES, INC., et al.
S09A0069. BULLARD v. THOMAS, WARDEN et al.
S09A0118. MANLOVE et al. v. UNIFIED GOVERNMENT of ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY
S09F0132. MONGERSON v. MONGERSON
S09G0139. CHASE v. THE STATE
S09A0197. DOVE v. DOVE
S09X0198. DOVE v. DOVE
S09A0363. DOUGLAS v. DOUGLAS
S09A0371. CISCO v. STATE of GEORGIA
S09A0375. MOORE et al. v. STATE of GEORGIA
S09A0440. GEORGIA PUBLIC DEFENDER STANDARDS COUNCIL v. BUCHANAN et al.
S09A0501. BEARD v. BEARD
S09A0525. MANGRUM v. THE STATE
S09A0567. EXPEDIA, INC. v. CITY OF COLUMBUS
S09Y0476. IN THE MATTER OF FRANCIS STUBBS

While many online resources are available for the U.S. Supreme Court, the most prominent being the SCOTUS Blog, very little is available to provide a closer look at Georgia’s highest court.  This blog is designed to remedy that dearth by providing attorneys and the interested public with information about the Georgia Supreme Court, its members, and its decisions.

Initially, the blog will cover granted petitions of certiorari in civil cases, before adding additional coverage of civil appeals.  As the blog develops, we will add coverage of all civil appeals to the Court.

The blog borrows its name from the abbreviation for the Supreme Court of Georgia (SCOG), and is supported and operated by the attorneys of Strickland Brockington Lewis LLP.  The firm’s areas of practice include appellate work in both state and federal courts in Georgia.

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