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May 8, 2014
Rare law books often contain much more than meets the eye. Their value lies partly in their individual and particular histories, and the physical features and contexts which...
April 28, 2014
Many professors have uploaded previous exams for students to use as study aids. Yale Law School students can access these exams from our Morris catalog.  Search for the name...
April 23, 2014
A team of Yale University Library conservators will present “The Surface of Things: Using New Imaging Techniques to Study Bookbindings and Other Cultural Objects” on...
Samuel Blackerby, THE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE HIS COMPANION (London, 1711).
April 21, 2014
Among the 363 English law titles the Lillian Goldman Law Library acquired from Anthony Taussig, by far the largest group is justice of the peace (JP) manuals. Taussig wrote...
Gare Saint-Lazare by Claude Monet (1877)
April 21, 2014
  An empirical legal study design is a pre-research plan of action. An effective study design enables you to cost your project (e.g., time, personnel), set boundaries,...
William Sheppard, THE PRESIDENT OF PRESIDENTS (London, 1677)
April 16, 2014
William Sheppard (1595-1674) was born in a small Gloucestershire village on the Severn estuary, where he spent much of his life as country lawyer. However, this did not keep...
April 14, 2014
In the essay, Crony Capitalism: Right Here, Right Now, Professor Jonathan R. Macey argues that crony capitalism is on the rise in our society today. Macey defines crony...

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