The latest issue of Law Library Journal is a special issue, “A Tribute to Morris L. Cohen (1927-2010).” Our own Fred Shapiro organized this fitting tribute to our mentor and friend. All of the articles can be downloaded from the LLJ website. – MIKE WIDENER, Rare Book Librarian
Law Library Journal
Volume 104, no. 1 (Winter 2012): A Tribute to Morris L. Cohen (1927-2010).
“Introduction.” Fred R. Shapiro.
“Morris L. Cohen, 1927-2010: A Remembrance and Celebration.” Vincent DiMarco, Kent C. Olson, Balfour Halévy, Lika Miyake, Mary Jane Kelsey, Sharon Hamby O’Connor, & Robert C. Berring.
“In Praise of Morris L. Cohen’s Bibliography of Early American Law.” Daniel A. Cohen.
“Morris L. Cohen: A Reminiscence.” Morris S. Arnold.
“Memories of Morris–and How I Use His BEAL.” Jordan D. Luttrell.
“Morris Cohen and Rare Book School.” David Warrington.
“Morris Cohen and the Art of Book Collecting.” Michael Widener.
“Cornerstones for Enduring Law Libraries: Morris Cohen’s Influence at Yale.” S. Blair Kauffman.
“Birth of a Nutshell: Morris Cohen in the 1960s.” Kent C. Olson.
“The End of Scholarly Bibliography: Reconceptualizing Law Librarianship.” Robert C. Berring.
“Appeals to the Privy Council Before American Independence: An Annotated Digital Catalogue.” Sharon Hamby O’Connor & Mary Sarah Bilder.
“Blackstone and Bibliography: In Memoriam Morris Cohen.” Wilfrid Prest.
“Booksellers in Court: Approaches to the Legal History of Copyright in England Before 1842.” James Raven.
“Practicing Reference … ‘That Most Congenial Lawyer/Bibliographer’.” Mary Whisner.
“Reflections: An Interview with Morris L. Cohen.” Morris L. Cohen & Bonnie Collier.
“Morris L. Cohen: A Bibliography of His Works.” Ryan Harrington & Camilla Tubbs.