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Ryan Greenwood
The Lillian Goldman Law Library is delighted to welcome Ryan Greenwood as its first Yale Law Library Rare Book Fellow. Ryan has a Master’s in Library & Information...
Tractatus de jure emphyteutico 1727
The Yale Law Library Rare Books Blog has a new home, at the URL . All of the content at the previous address (five years’ worth!) has been migrated to the new site. The move...
Litchfield Historical Society
Michael von der Linn, lead curator of our current exhibit, “From Litchfield to Yale: Law Schools in Connecticut, 1782–1843,” will be speaking about the exhibit on April 19 at...
Michael von der Linn’s March 27 talk, “From Litchfield to Yale: Footnotes to the Exhibit,” is now available online in the Lillian Goldman Law Library’s Vimeo...
The Yale Law Library Rare Books Blog turns five years old today, a good occasion for marking highlights and saying “thank you.” Far and away the most popular posting of...
From Litchfield to Yale: Law Schools in Connecticut, 1782-1843An exhibition talkby Michael von der Linn Connecticut gave birth to the earliest American law schools, one of...
The Legal History and Rare Books Special Interest Section (LHRB-SIS) of the American Association of Law Libraries, in cooperation with Cengage Learning, announces the...
  The Lillian Goldman Law Library is pleased to announce a Rare Book Fellowship to train the next generation of rare law book librarians. We encourage...
Best wishes for a HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON and a Prosperous 2013!  MIKE WIDENER, Rare Book Librarian Tree of consanguinity from a 15th-century Austrian manuscript of Giovanni d...
Joseph Hémard was one of the most prolific book illustrators of the 20th century, and certainly one of the funniest, yet he remains virtually unknown outside of his native...

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