Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
In 1948 the Forum was chartered as a nonprofit corporation. It is administered entirely by Law School students, with financial support from the legal and business communities. The Forum does not pay its speakers honoraria, nor does it endorse their views. It is committed to hosting prominent individuals from all fields to address Harvard Law School students and faculty -as well as the Harvard community at large- on a broad range of current issues. It offers an active and varied program of speakers and panel discussions, all of which are open to the public and receive extensive local and national media attention.
- Series 1: Correspondence, 1946-2000 1946-2000
- Series 2: Assorted Papers, 1946-2000 1946-2000
- Series 3: 10" reel-to-reel tapes, 1946-2000 1946-2000
- ___ Subseries 1: Edited Master Reels Boxes 19-20
- ___ Subseries 2: Other 10" reel-to-reels Boxes 20-21
- Series 4: 7" reel-to-reels, 1960-1976 1960-1976
- Series 5: Cassette tapes, 1960-2000 1960-2000
- ___ Subseries 1: Recordings corresponding to the 10" reel-to-reeltapes (1960-1999) (1960-1999)
- ___ Subseries 2: Remaining cassette tapes (1954-2000) Boxes 28-32(1954-2000)
- Series 6: PCM tapes, 1961-1987 1961-1987
- Series 7: VHS tapes, 1983-2000 1983-2000
- Series 8: Two vinyl phonograph records, 1954 1954
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Harvard Law School Forum. Records, 1946-2000: Finding Aid.
- Harvard Law School Library, Cambridge, MA 02138
- EAD ID
Part of the Harvard Law School Library, Historical & Special Collections Repository
Harvard Law School Library's Historical & Special Collections (HSC) collects, preserves, and makes available research materials for the study of the law and legal history. HSC holds over 8,000 linear feet of manuscripts, over 100,000 rare books, and more than 70,000 visual images.
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