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The HeinOnline Legal Classics Library is a digital collection of many of the most highly regarded works written on the law.
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The HeinOnline World Trials Library provides access to transcripts and accounts of trials from around the world. Also included are works that analyze and debate famous trials and biographies of well-known trial lawyers.
LLMC Digital, produced by the Law Library Microform Consortium, is a digital collection of both historical and current legal literature and government documents. LLMC Digital includes collections for U.S. federal, state and territorial materials, as well as foreign and international materials.
Making of Modern Law—Legal Treatises is a digital collection of 19th and early-20th century legal treatises compiled largely from Harvard Law School Library Special Collections.
Making of Modern Law—Primary Sources is a digital collection of state codes, city charters, documents relating to constitutional conventions and other resources in American legal history, covering 1763-1979.
Making of Modern Law—Trials 1600-1926 is a digital collection of books and pamphlets, official and unofficial trial documents and materials, legal transcripts, administrative proceedings, and arbitrations from the early seventeenth century to 1926.
Making of Modern Law—U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs is a digital collection of more than 350,000 separate documents from over 150,000 Supreme Court cases, covering 1832-1978. Search by keyword, author (counsel or organization), case name, court term year and document filing date, and U.S. Reports citation.
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