Today I was directed to an interesting new website (thanks @GtwonLawLib) that allows you to see the frequency of words and phrases used by the U.S. Supreme Court in its opinions between 1791 and 2005.  The website, Legal Language Explorer, provides a graphical view that provides an interesting view of Supreme Court opinions.  It’s good for getting a glimpse of usage of all sorts of things, from important legal issues (like “freedom of speech”) to other topics you’re interested in (like “baseball”).  Loads of fun for your holiday break.

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