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John Selden, Table-talk : being the discourses of John Selden Esq., or his sence of various matters of weight and high consequence relating especially to religion and state (London, 1689)
October 23, 2013
John Selden, Table-talk (1689), with arms of John Poulett. Selden (1584-1664), was one of the great English jurists, a polymath and prolific scholar.  He treated subjects...
Lectures on law delivered in Litchfield / by Josias H. Coggeshall (1809-10).
October 22, 2013
The study of early American legal education takes a step forward with the launch of the Litchfield Law School Sources website, as part of the Lillian Goldman Law Library...
October 18, 2013
In honor of the Conference on the Legacy of Stanley Milgram​, to be held at Yale Law School on October 26, 2013, we are pleased to present Authority, Obedience, & Social...
Edward Abbott Parry's inscription to Leonard Moore
October 16, 2013
Edward Abbott Parry’s inscribed copy (to Leonard Moore) of his book What the Judge Thought (1922). British judge Sir Edward Abbott Parry came from a long legal lineage...
Senator Sam Ervin's autograph
October 16, 2013
Senator Sam Ervin’s copy of Fifty Famous Trials (1937) by R. Cornelius Raby. Samuel James Ervin Jr. (1896-1985) was born and raised in Morganton, North Carolina. He...
Fred Rodell, inscription to "Mayor La Guardia"
October 16, 2013
Fred Rodell’s inscribed copy (to “my favorite statesman”) of his book Woe Unto You, Lawyers! (1939). Born in Philadelphia, Rodell graduated from Yale Law School in 1931...
Roscoe Pound's inscription to Irving M. Walker
October 16, 2013
Roscoe Pound’s inscribed copy (to Irving M. Walker) of his book Contemporary Juristic Theory (1940). The son of a federal trial judge in Nebraska, Roscoe Pound...

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