Legal History and Rare Books SIS

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Legal History Websites

H-LAW (Humanities Social Sciences OnLine discussion network sponsored by the American Society for Legal History).

Guide to Legal History Sources on the Web (Rare Books & Special Collections, Jamail Center for Legal Research, Tarlton Law Library, The University of Texas at Austin)

Legalhistory.net (Maintained by Professor Thomas D. Russell, University of Denver College of Law)

Historical Materials from the Federal Judicial Center

Library of Congress American Memory Project

The Biographical Directory of the United States Congress (Official biographies of persons who served in the United States Congress. Additional information can be found at historical pages maintained by the House and Senate).

Avalon Project at the Yale Law School : Documents in Law, History and Diplomacy

Law and History Review, sponsored by the American Society for Legal History.  Full text of the most recent issue available via The History Cooperative.

The Supreme Court Historical Society

 

 

 

As are all web sites, the LHRB-SIS's web page is a work-in-progress. Please do not hesitate to send any suggestions to Kurt Metzmeier, kurt.metzmeier@louisville.edu.

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