Early Italian Statutes: Acknowledgments

November 1, 2008

The Flowering of Civil Law: Early Italian City Statutes in the Yale Law Library


We gratefully acknowledge the following for their assistance and support (in alphabetical order):

  • Oriana Bleecher, History Department, Yale University
  • Kathy Colello, Office of Public Affairs, Yale Law School
  • Margot Curran, Exhibits Conservator, Yale University Libraries
  • Arthur Hobson Dean Purchase Fund in International Law, Yale Law School
  • Renata Ferraro, President, Fondazione Gabriele Berionne
  • John A. Hoober Fund, Yale Law School
  • Shana Jackson, Lillian Goldman Law Library
  • Joanne Kittredge, Computer Services, Yale Law School
  • Harold Hongju Koh, Dean, Yale Law School
  • S. Blair Kauffman, Librarian & Professor of Law, Yale Law School
  • Christine McCarthy, Chief Conservator, Yale University Libraries
  • Liliane McClenning, Lillian Goldman Law Library
  • Brian Mendez, Lillian Goldman Law Library
  • Alfredo Serangeli, Director, Archivio Storico “Innocenzo III”
  • Pamela Sims, Alumni Affairs, Yale Law School
  • Richard Tuske, Librarian, Association of the Bar of the City of New York
  • Albert S. Wheeler Fund, Yale Law School
  • Anders Winroth, Professor, History Department, Yale University
  • Paula Zyats, Assistant Chief Conservator, Yale University Libraries


Exhibit Curators

“The Flowering of Civil Law: Early Italian City Statutes in the Yale Law Library” is on display October 2008 through February 2009 in the Rare Book Exhibition Gallery, Level L2, Lillian Goldman Law Library, Yale Law School.

Illustration: Statuta augustae Perusiae (Perugia, 1523-1528).

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