Yale University Library Digital Collections
The Yale University Library Digital Collections site houses millions of digitized images of rare books, manuscripts, and archival material. This site is also home to a growing selection of digitized, historical law books and manuscripts from the Law Library.
The Law Library regularly manages projects to expand and enhance access to rare or fragile collection material through digitization and digital preservation. In the past few years, we have digitized notable collection material such as student notebooks from the historic Litchfield Law School, a selection of Italian Municipal Statutes manuscripts, and printed copies of the Yale Law School Bulletins dating back to 1869. These digitized images and more can be found in the Digital Collections site. While you’re here, you may find content of interest from other Yale library collections, such as digitized material from Manuscripts & Archives and the Henry A. Kissinger Papers.
General Law Library Updates
Please refer to our Law Library services page for information about and updates to Law Library services.
Lillian Goldman Law Library