During the current confirmation hearings, are you more interested in being knowledgeable about Judge Sonia Sotomayor's written opinions than in the brouhaha over her off-the-cuff remarks? But taking the time to wade through them is not an option? If so, check out opencrs, a free site which is dedicated to providing Congressional Research Service Reports for the People. Judge Sonia Sotomayor: Analysis of Selected Opinions is a 59-page Congressional Research Service (CRS) non-partisan analysis of selected opinions authored by Judge Sotomayor during her tenure as a judge on the Second Circuit. Discussions of the selected opinions are grouped according to various topics of legal significance.
If you want more, another place to look is one of the LRC's Legal Research Databases, the Congressional Research Digital Collection (CRDC). Among other things, it has CRS Reports from 1916 to the present. Do a Basic Search for sotomayor, and discover not only the report described above, but several other Congressional documents, as well.