Digital Project Collections
American University Washington College of Law's Digital Commons
created by the Pence Law Library
Digital Commons @ American University Washington College of Law is an electronic repository of the research and scholarship of the American University Washington College of Law. It is a showcase of the intellectual productivity of its faculty, staff, researchers and students in one virtual place, as well as preserve and provide open access to their works.
Archival Collection of Judge Roger J. Miner: 1981-2012
created by the Mendik Library at New York Law School
Judge Miner donated to the law school the entirety of his papers from his tenure as a Judge in the Second Circuit and District Court in the Northern District of New York. The collection includes his speeches, articles, case files, and hundreds of news clippings.
Arizona v. California Collection
created by the William A. Wise Law Library at Colorado Law
The Arizona v. California Collection contains more than 170 full-text, searchable pleadings, briefs, orders, transcripts, and reports from the historic, 12-year original proceeding in the U.S. Supreme Court case filed by the State of Arizona against the State of California, which sought to clarify rights to the use of the Colorado River basin water.
Brevier Legislative Reports
created by the Jerome Hall Law Library at Indiana University - Maurer School of Law
The Brevier Legislative Reports, published biennially from 1858 to 1887, are verbatim reports of the legislative history of the Indiana General Assembly during those years. The volumes also include veto statements and other messages from the Governor.
Center of Civil Law Studies Newsletter (LSU)
created by the LSU Law Library
The Center of Civil Law Studies Newsletter keeps you informed of the activities of the Russell B. Long Eminent Scholars Academic Chair and the Center of Civil Law Studies, as well as any related programs at the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center.
Chicago Unbound Collections
created by the D'Angelo Law Library at the University of Chicago
Chicago Unbound is the institutional repository for the University of Chicago Law School. It preserves and provides access to UChicago Law's scholarship and research, publications and historical collections, journals, lectures and events. Chicago Unbound offers to the world the life of the mind that is the center of the UChicago Law experience.
Clarence Darrow Digital Collection
created by the University of Minnesota Law Library
The collection includes personal letters written by and to Clarence Darrow. These letters include correspondence with Darrow's family members as well as with many other prominent individuals who influenced the development of American law during the first half of the 20th Century. In addition, the site has sections focused on both Darrow's famous and lesser known trials.