Yale Law School, Student Yearbooks (1898-1970)
Between 1898-1970, Yale law students published three series of class books starting with The Yale Shingle (1893-1912). The Yale Law Mirror was published as a rival publication between 1898-1900. Publication of the Yale Law Reporter continued this student tradition between 1946-1970. In the 1893 edition of the Shingle, YLS student John Q. Tilson Class of 1893 writes, "In this little book it has been my purpose to bring together and set before the class in a permanent form, a few things that will either interest or amuse, and that in after years will remind us of the pleasant, though sometimes turbulent, days spent here together and form a sort of visible link tending to bind us, though widely scattered, into a real Yale Class, possessing the true Yale spirit."
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