Correspondence on ethics questions:Sen. Arlen Specter's (R-Pa.) letter and Alito's response (PDFs)
Justice Department Memo, from 1985, in which Alito suggested filing a friend of the court brief stating that "we disagree with Roe v. Wade and would welcome the opportunity to brief the issue of whether, and if so to what extent, that decision should be overruled." (PDF) (Source: National Archives)
Personal Qualifications Statement, submitted by Alito to the Reagan White House in 1985, to be an Assistant Attorney General. In this clip, Alito states his view on the absence of a constitutional right to abortion. (Source: FindLaw)
More Reagan White House Correspondence (PDFs):1985 | 1986 (Source: FindLaw)
The Pitt News v. Pappert (Jan. 22, 2004). A first amendment case that dealt with a law banning alcoholic beverage ads in media affiliated with educational institutions.
Ronald A. Williams v. Price, Fisher (Sept. 9, 2003). Writes a majority opinion granting federal court review to an African-American who could not get state courts to hear his claim of racial bias on the part of a juror in his trial.
ACLU v. Schundler (Aug. 6, 1998). Holds that Jersey City, N.J.'s holiday display that included a creche and menorah did not violate the establishment clause of the First Amendment because it included secular symbols such as Frosty the Snowman.
Sheridan v. Dupont(May 4, 1995). Dissents and argues that the 3rd Circuit had made it too easy for discrimination complaints to reach a jury trial.