COLLECTIONS: 1 - 19 of 19
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 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 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.
Contains materials collected by James M. Landis, as chair of the SEC, reflecting the development of the Securities Act of 1933. Includes House and Senate bills, comparison and conference printings, and memoranda.
Legal briefs and administrative records of the Superior Court of the Pow Wow, a Harvard Law School student organization, dating from its inception in 1870 to 1898. There are also a few records from 1934-1969.
Photographs of the 1973 movie, The Paper Chase, and of cast members from the 1983 Showtime television series.