COLLECTIONS: 1 - 25 of 26
This collection documents the professional career of Abram Chayes, including his time in the private sector, government, international law and, education. Professor Chayes successfully argued on the behalf of Nicaragua against the United States of America and notably served as the Legal Advisor for the State Department during the Kennedy Administration. The collection includes: correspondence; casework, publications, research notes, drafts, speeches, and teaching materials.
Letters written by Harvard Law School student, Albert F. Burt, class of 1914. Recipients include his father, mother and two brothers. The subject matter includes life at the Law School, both social and acedemic, as well as living in Cambridge.
Papers relating to the professional life of Albert M. Sacks’s including tenure at Harvard Law School as both faculty (1952-1967, 1982-1990) and Dean (1971-1981), his co-authorship of The Legal Process with Henry Hart (pub. 1958), and presidency of American Association of Law Schools (1980-1981).
Papers include background material for Ferguson's Seminar on Human Rights; material relating to his mission to Biafra, his ambassadorship to Uganda; material relating to Overseas Development Council, U.N. Assembly.
This collection documents the professional career of David Westfall while a professor at the Harvard Law School. The collection consists almost entirely of his teaching and research materials, including syllabi and course material, exams, research notes, articles, and case reports.
Papers relating to Thayer's student and teaching career at Harvard Law School, work as a practicing attorney, and involvement in professional affairs. Includes notes, financial records (1884-1891), and examination questions from his student days at Harvard College and Harvard Law School, and studies for the Massachusetts Bar Association and Carnegie Foundation on the quality and content of bar examinations and methods of teaching in American law schools.
Frank E. A. Sander papers and material relating to the development of the alternative dispute resolution field
Assorted material created and assembled by Frank E. A. Sander, related to his work on mediation and dispute resolution from 1942-2017, including material related to the American Bar Association's Alternative Dispute Resolution section. The collection also includes a large amount of published literature related to dispute resolution, as well as research material, draft papers, classroom material, and two boxes of audiovisual material.
Papers documenting the career of Harvard Law School graduate, Gary Greenberg, both as a lawyer at the Department of Justice during the late 1960s, as well as his personal interest in civil rights.
The records of the Chancery Club of Harvard Law School, including financial, administrative and membership documents.
This collection contains ephemeral material created by individuals, student organizations, and offices at the Harvard Law School.
Annual examinations for the Harvard Law School.
This collection consists of prize essays written by students of the Harvard Law School.
This collection of nine disbound scrapbooks contains ephemera relating to the administration of Harvard Law School from 1869-1913.
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.
The James Vorenberg Papers encompass Vorenberg's career as both an educator and a public servant. Most of the collection reflects his time at Harvard as both Law School Dean and Professor. His government work is evidenced by records from the Massachusetts State Ethics Commission and the Watergate files.
This collection documents the professional career of Lloyd Weinreb. The collection includes correspondence, case notes, writings, readings, and teaching and administrative materials.
This collection documents the professional career of Louis Jaffe. This collection includes correspondence, arbitration work, case notes, writings, readings, and teaching and administrative materials.
Papers from studies of juvenile delinquency directed by Dr. Van Waters for the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement (Wickersham Commission) and for Harvard Law School's Survey of Crime and Criminal Justice in Boston. Bulk of the material relates to the work of courts, social agencies, and public institutions with juvenile offenders in Boston and other cities and states, particularly California, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, and Tennessee.
Papers relating to the creation and operation of the Community Legal Assistance Office, established in 1966 by Harvard Law School to provide clinical legal services to low-income residents of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Includes material pertaining to Pound's participation in the Boston and Cleveland crime surveys (1920's), as a member of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement or Wickersham Commission (1929-1931), as a member of the American Bar Association and with various Masonic chapters, and as advisor to the Ministry of Justice in Nanking, China (1940's). Also two typed, bound journals recounting camping trips in West Virginia and to Civil War battlefields (1898, 1912-1917).
Contains Greenleaf's professional and personal correspondence, notes for moot court, material relating to Christ Church, Cambridge and the Massachusetts Bible Society, and miscellaneous legal materials. Papers concern temperance, Harvard Law School, and the colonization of Liberia. Correspondents include Joseph Story, Lemuel Shaw, Charles Sumner, and Willard Witte.
The memoranda and notes of Surrey concerning the Committee on Educational Planning and Development, also known as the Michelman Committee after its chairman, Frank I. Michelman.