Exhibits

In 15th- and 16th-century Europe, reusing and recycling was second nature. Linen rags were turned into paper, human urine was used to create lye, iron was melted down and...
Nearly 150 early printed books in the Yale Law Library have bindings that incorporate visible pieces of medieval manuscript. A number of these books are featured in...
The January 12, 2010 issue of the Yale Daily News has an excellent article on our "Images of Justice" exhibit, curated by my intern Seth Quidachay-Swan of Southern...
“Images of Justice” is an exhibit prepared by Seth Quidachay-Swan, who recently completed an internship in the Lillian Goldman Law Library as part of his work toward a Master...
Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius’s Mare Liberum ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Thanks...
Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International LawAn exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius's Mare Liberum   The Development of the Law...
Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius’s Mare Liberum Part 8 For the 17th...
Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius’s Mare Liberum Part 7 In supporting...
Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius’s Mare Liberum Part 6 William Welwood...
Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius’s Mare Liberum Part 5 England’s...

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