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FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUM 366
Overview: Thomas R. Adams graduated from Harvard Law School in 1969 who was a third-year law student at the time of the Harvard student strike; he was appointed by dean Derek Bok to act as a law school student representative to a faculty committee dealing with the strike. The collection documents the 1969 strike from the perspective of the students and alumni, particularly from the Law School, with issues of the Crimson, flyers, and other publications; and the perspective of...
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUD 3277.4500
Overview: The Choate Club was founded at the Harvard Law School in 1887 as a chapter of the Phi Delta Phi, a law-school fraternity. In its later years, the Club appears to have been a secret society composed of Law School students and professors, with a focus on social and intellectual stimulation outside of study of the law. The Records of the Choate Club document the history, activities, and interests of the Club. The Club should not be confused with the Law School's Choate Law Club, associated with...
Overview: Collection contains bound volumes of typescript briefs and, for later volumes, mimeographed briefs and issue sheets.
Overview: The records of the Chancery Club of Harvard Law School, including financial, administrative and membership documents.
Overview: This collection consists of the records of the Harvard Law School Drama Society from 1961-1995, including scripts, scores, and materials relating to production.
Overview: This collection consists of Harvard Law School mid-year and final examinations in Braille from the years between 1950 and 1985.
Overview: 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.
Overview: Contains multilith copies of materials used for the Spring 1993 semester Federal Litigation course, a first-year elective course at the Harvard Law School.
Overview: 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.
Overview: 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.