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Essays and book reviews by Harold Berman, largely relating to Soviet law, trade, or law and religion.
Transcripts of the first and second deportation hearings of Harry Bridges. Bridges, a San Francisco labor leader and Australian citizen who entered the United States in 1920, underwent two failed deportation attempts between 1938 and 1945 for his alleged affiliation with the Communist Party. The collection also includes briefs, hearing opinions and appeal, and the court opinion regarding Bridges' petition for writ of habeas corpus.
The records of the Harvard-Brandeis Cooperative Research on Israel’s Legal Development Program cover the years of 1940-1961. Materials are in English and Hebrew and include: correspondence, drafts of legislation, minutes of meetings, reciepts, vouchers, and pamphlets.
Collection contains bound volumes of typescript briefs and, for later volumes, mimeographed briefs and issue sheets.
The records of the Chancery Club of Harvard Law School, including financial, administrative and membership documents.
This collection consists of the records of the Harvard Law School Drama Society from 1961-1995, including scripts, scores, and materials relating to production.
This collection contains ephemeral material created by individuals, student organizations, and offices at the Harvard Law School.
This collection consists of Harvard Law School mid-year and final examinations in Braille from the years between 1950 and 1985.
This collection contains correspondence relating to Harvard Law School Forum speakers and reel-to-reel, cassette, PCM and VHS tapes and phonograph recordings of the Forum speakers.
Contains multilith copies of materials used for the Spring 1993 semester Federal Litigation course, a first-year elective course at the Harvard Law School.
Memoranda of the Harvard Law School Committee on Educational Planning and Development, also known as the Michelman Committee due to the name of its chairman, Frank I. Michelman.
This collection consists of handwritten notes of moot court cases taken by students. Notebooks were kept either by individual students or by groups. There are also several volumes of docket lists.
Annual examinations for the Harvard Law School.
This collection consists of prize essays written by students of the Harvard Law School.
This collection consists of selective records of the Program of Instruction for Lawyers between 1980 and 1992. Contained are reports to the faculty for five separate years, evaluation comments from participants, a directory, program catalogs, and a summation of advanced assignments.
This collection presents a nearly complete run of the Harvard Law School Record from 1946 to 2006. The Record is part of the Red Set Collection held by Historical & Special Collections. During its run, the Record has undergone two title changes, and is now published solely online .
The memoranda and notes of Stanley S. Surrey concerning the Committee on the Legal Services Institute, of which he was the chairman, and two copies of the December 1, 1981 report of the committee.
The bulk of the collection relates to issues of freedom speech stemming from the disruption, and subsequent cancellation of a Harvard Law School Republicans sponsored speech given by former Nicaraguan Contra leader Adolfo Calero in October, 1987.
This collection of nine disbound scrapbooks contains ephemera relating to the administration of Harvard Law School from 1869-1913.
This collection consists mainly of handwritten and typed records of moot court cases argued by various law clubs at the Harvard Law School. The collection also includes a small amount of materials related to the various clubs, such as correspondence, minutes, and ephemera.
This collection contains publications from the Harvard Law School Women's Law Association, 1978-1995, and records from the 2017-2018 academic year. 2017-2018 records include meeting minutes, event information, and other internal documents related to co-sponsoring events, the Fall conference, and guides for members.
Contains materials relating to the drafting of revisions for criminal and/or civil law in Austrailia (1906-1910) and in post-World War I Germany. There are also materials relating to Lammasch's participation in Second Hague Peace Conference, 1907-1908.
Papers primarily relating to Henry Jacob Friendly's career as a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Papers relating to Shattuck's activities as a member of the Loyalty Review Board of the U.S. Civil Service Commission (1947-1953) and as chairman of the Interim Mixed Parole and Clemency Board for German War Criminals (1953-1954).