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The Constitution of the United States (Hartford, 1788)
February 24, 2014
The Rare Book Collection’s resources on U.S. constitutional history were spotlighted in a video produced for Yale Law School Professor Akhil Reed Amar’s online course...
February 20, 2014
The Connecticut Courts app provides access to Connecticut Bar’s directory of attorneys, the Connecticut Practice Book, court locations, rules of procedure and evidence...
New exhibit: "350 Years of Rebellious Lawyering"
February 20, 2014
In conjunction with the 20th Annual Rebellious Lawyering Conference at the Yale Law School, the Law Library’s Rare Book Collection has a new exhibit, “350 Years of...
February 19, 2014
The Library of Congress Subject Headings, or “Red Books,” as they were known back in the card catalog days, have a long history of usage in libraries.  They provide a...
February 18, 2014
In The Federalis(m) Society, Professor Heather Gerken discusses federalism and its role in a democratic society. While progressives may argue that federalism hurts racial...
February 17, 2014
Guide for Substantial and Supervised Analytical Writing (SAW) Research Find this Guide online at library.law.yale.edu/saw; or email Julie Graves Krishnaswami, Ju...
A street in Save, Rwanda
February 12, 2014
In week 4 of his Coursera course “The Age of Sustainable Development,” Jeff Sachs of Columbia University’s Earth Institute is diagnosing the causes of perennial poverty...

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