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December 22, 2013
Trained at Lincoln’s Inn, William Lambarde (1536–1601) showed early ability as an antiquarian and became a leading publisher of books on English law. He wrote his Eirenarcha...
December 20, 2013
Human subjects research conducted by university agents typically requires oversight and approval by a human subjects review board or institutional review board (I.R.B.)...
The Law of Trade, or, A Digest of the Law Concerning Trade, Commerce, and Manufactures (London,
December 19, 2013
From the Taussig collection the library has acquired a number of rare volumes dealing with commercial law. Most date to the eighteenth century, and many offer insights into...
December 12, 2013
Circulation, Interlibrary Loan, Borrow Direct, Scanning and Delivery services will all be closed from December 24th - January 1st. Please plan ahead, and make any requests...
December 12, 2013
Thanks to a great student suggestion, you can now check our squash racquets (and balls) from the Law Library. …and lots of other fun things as well. Here’s a list of...
The faithful councellor, or, The marrow of the lavv in English, bound with The second part of The faithfull councellour ... (London, 1653-54)
December 11, 2013
Among the Taussig acquisitions, works by outstanding legal writers are an area of strength. Among these, William Sheppard (1595-1674) stands particularly tall. The most...
Morris L. Cohen
December 11, 2013
The Legal History and Rare Books (LH&RB) Section of the American Association of Law Libraries, in cooperation with Cengage Learning, announces the Sixth Annual Morris L....

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