Drawing on textbooks, recordings, accounts by litigants or counsel, pronunciation guides, journalism, and surveys, we have identified those Supreme Court cases that are most susceptible of mispronunciation and determined the proper pronunciation. To be sure, this is an inexact process, but we hope it will be a useful tool for those seeking accuracy and authenticity.
For more information, go to http://documents.law.yale.edu/pronouncing-dictionary
This app was designed and implemented by Adam Adler. If you have any technical questions or bug reports, e-mail Adam at damJadler@gmail.com.
--Users can choose between streaming or downloading audio. Streaming provides immediate access to our synchronized audio and transcripts over cellular or WiFi networks. It is robust: You can pause and pick up hours later at the same point in the audio. Downloading allows storage and later playback. We recommend its use over wifi eliminating data charges.
--We have improved design and logic, including a brief tutorial to instruct old and new users on the features and functionality in the app.
--Users can now create clips and save them in a clip repository. It is simple to create a clip of a single speaker segment, a single speaker turn, or, using the scissors function, create a clip of non-contiguous segments. Clips in the repository can be shared and repurposed in presentations or other projects consistent with our Creative Commons licensing terms.
--We have added more cases to the collection from the 2011 Term and from suggestions and recommendations from our users amounting to 650+ abstracts, voting data, and audio+transcripts for cases decided from October 1955 through 2012. As we continue to update the online archive, the app will synchronize content with a restart. This requires that you close the app in the tray and the restart from the home screen.
--We have added live searching. Searching begins with the first character and continues as you type, producing instant results.
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THIS IS AN ADD-ON FOR DROIDLAW. YOU CAN'T OPEN THIS APP. YOU MUST HAVE dLaw INSTALLED.
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The present building was completed in 1913, and is the third courthouse or Guildhall to be built on the site. The Guildhall was designed by Scottish architect James Gibson in an "art-nouveau Gothic" style, with intricate carvings and mouldings by Henry Fehr.
This walking tour guides you around the building, pointing out some of the rich symbolism of Gibson and Fehr's allegorical figures and historic tableaux. Discover what the external features tell us about what went on inside, and continues to do so today, by downloading the app and taking this easy-to-use virtual tour of the home of the UK's highest court.
Illinois Tech App is launched in India with a view to providing Professional Master's degree programs, Master of Science Degree programs and also related Certificate programs to Indian citizens by leveraging technology and enhancing affordability.
What the App Offers:
ABOUT US SECTION: This gives a brief of who we are and what we have been doing.
This has a Parents Section to educate parents on
[a] THINGS THEY MUST KNOW BEFORE SENDING their children abroad.
[b] THINGS A PARENT MUST DO when their children are abroad
[c] ACCURATE PICTURE OF ILLINOIS TECH based on Brookings Institution Report
[d] IIT PARENT NETWORK that enables interaction and involvement between IIT, families & students
This has a Students Section to educate students on
[a] WHAT A STUDENT MUST KNOW about study in US and about US Universities
[b] HOW A STUDENT SHOULD BEGIN THE PROCESS of applying to Illinois Tech
[c] WHAT ARE THE NEXT STEPS FOR ADMITTED INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS such as admission letter and I-20 shipment, Intent to enroll, information about the financial support papers, preparation for Visa and SEVIS fee information, information about arrival in US etc.
[d] INFORMATION ABOUT ACADEMIC LIFE OF A STUDENT
[e] STUDENT LIFE covers important information that a student must know while on campus
This has information about Illinois Tech, a private technology-focused research university, some quick facts about the university, its long history, the strategic plan and information on the academic programs run by Armour College of Engineering, Chicago – Kent College of Law, College of Architecture, College of Science, Institute of Design, Lewis College of Human Sciences, School of Applied Technology, Stuart School of Business.
This also gives information about what the life on campus is and the tution fees and scholarship information.
PARENTS ASK US
STUDENTS ASK US