Ever struggled with the pronunciation of a Supreme Court case? Then the new Pronouncing Dictionary of the Supreme Court of the United States, hosted online by Yale Law School, might prove useful.
Compiled by students at the Yale Law School and the Yale Linguistics Department, the dictionary is designed to help lawyers, judges, students, professors, and journalists correctly pronounce often-perplexing case names.
The cases most susceptible to mispronunciation were identified based on textbooks, recordings, accounts by litigants and counsel, pronunciation guides, journalism, and surveys.
For more about the dictionary, click here for an article from The Green Bag.
Hat tip to the Law Librarian Blog.