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Friday, June 15, 2018

News

November 11, 2019
Dear YLS Community, The Law Library is co-sponsoring this year’s Yale Day of Data on December 6. The full-day event will be at the Law School and aims to foster cross-...
November 4, 2019
Finding Old Exams Did you know that the Law Library makes accessible many of your professors’ previous exams to use as study aids? Yale Law School students can access these...
October 30, 2019
Please join the Lillian Goldman Law Library and the Yale Information Society Project for a book talk with professors Jack M. Balkin and Sanford Levinson on their new book, ...
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Foreign & International Blog

2019 FCIL-SIS Schaffer Grant Recipient Presentation July 18 2019
August 15, 2019
We were honored to host veteran open-access activist, Ms. Mariya Badeva-Bright, the 2019 American Law Libraries Association FCIL-SIS Schaffer Grant for Foreign Law Librarians...
May 23, 2019
“For the barrier of language is sometimes a blessed barrier, which only lets pass what is good. Or – to put the thing less cynically – we may be better in new clean words,...
April 11, 2019
The Yemen Crisis 2015-20?? The Lillian Goldman Law Library invites you to view an exhibit titled The Yemen Crisis 2015-20??, curated by Dan Wade, the Curator for Foreign and...
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Rare Books Blog

Parte presa nell'eccellentiss. Senato, 1620, adì 9 aprile, in materia che si possi condennar alla Galea anco per manco tempo de disdotto mesi (Venice, 1620)
October 29, 2019
For the second year in a row, a publication of our Rare Book Collection has earned an award from the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL). The exhibition catalogue...
Farmworkers' strike in California, around 1968
October 14, 2019
As Hispanic Heritage Month draws to a close, this is an opportune moment to highlight recent acquisitions that form part of that heritage. These works illustrate the span of...
Caricature of Queen Caroline
September 16, 2019
Two centuries ago Queen Caroline of England was put on trial for adultery by her husband George IV, provoking an unprecedented media frenzy. Two Yale libraries, the Lewis...
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