Rutgers University Libraries
Docket 2, 1862-1873, including a record of persons who studied law while clerks, 1870-1881. Entries, grouped either by case name or by client's name, include a record of actions taken, court decisions rendered (if any), and payments received
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Contains the minutes of the faculty committee of the College of Law at the University of Florida. Matters addressed in the minutes include entrance and graduation requirements, creation of the Law Review, and curriculum development. Of special interest is a report on the 1914 law student body that gives each student's level of education, religious background, and law training
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Comprises an autograph letter signed and an autograph manuscript signed. The letter refers to Belgian politics and the manuscript is a list of students
New York State Archives
This series consists of affidavits filed with the Court of Appeals. Each affidavit includes the following data: attorney name, residence, date of filing, date of admission, court where admitted, and whether the individual is native-born or a naturalized citizen (which sometimes includes date and place of naturalization)
Harvard University Law School - Historical and Special Collections
Contains law examinations, letters of commendation, and other documents regarding several law students mainly in Berlin
George Washington Mount Vernon - Fred W. Smith National Library
Requests George Washington's permission to leave Philadelphia & study law in Berkeley -- his actions there are always put under worst possible construction -- is in debt now and knows George Washington will advance him no more money -- says his brother will send money to pay his debts and travel to Berkeley -- expresses deep gratitude to George Washington
University of Texas at Austin - Tarlton Law Library
Correspondence, printed material, legal documents, business papers, and creative works, document the legal, business, administrative, educational, and personal activities of Ireland Graves. The largest series, almost half the collection, relates to to Graves' experience as a law student at the University of Texas, from 1905-1908. There are essays, exams, and exercises for his new classes, and notes from 1908 chronicling his editorship of the University of Texas yearbook, the Cactus. In addition to these, the series contains class notes, bank and expense books, and a petition written in 1907 to the governing council of Delta Chi Law Fraternity to found a Texas Chapter (it was ultimately successful). Also present are the brief books of N.A. Steadman, Graves' father-in-law, which he wrote in as a student in the 1880's-1890's. Correspondence relating to Graves' experiences as a lawyer and landowner, involved with construction and the administration of McElwrath Land & Cattle Co., ... Read More
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Issues of The Record are arranged chronologically and span from the year 1974 to 1999. Later issues of The Record, beginning with the August 17, 1998 edition, are printed copies of the web version of the publication in its entirety. One earlier edition from 1997 is also a copy of the web version, these are noted in the container list. All other issues are originals that were printed and distributed to students, a copy of each was maintained in a binder in the library, which included copies of the web version. The run of issues is not complete and numbering is inconsistent (website copies were not assigned volume and issue numbers). The Archives owns 25 volumes with the largest gap in coverage between the years of 1974-1979 and the bulk of material between the years of 1993-1997. The Record chronicles life at Chicago-Kent for students and faculty. Of particular interest are notices of awards, upcoming speakers, and an overview of weekly life for members of the law school community
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Diary, dating November 1894 through June 1895, and a reproduction of the original volume. Also photographs featuring Alvah Hopkins and identified Class 1896 alumni from the 1946 50th reunion (1946) and the 1951 Homecoming Weekend
Vermont Historical Society
A journal kept by Charles Louis Swan while he was attending Harvard Law School, covering the dates 1 July 1861 to 14 July 1861. The journal, a 2nd edition of the "Index Rerum by Rev. John Todd, consists of short personal entries, followed by summaries of the lectures Swan was attending that day, or the textbook he was reading. Several entries reference the mobilization of troops for the Civil War, as well as brief mentions of his family, particularly his sister, Louisa Swan, and of fellow classmates and other social interactions, including a visit to a spiritualist, and meeting with the wife of U.S. Representative Portus Baxter. As well, Swan used the volume as an index to law topics, and, after his graduation, to track his accounts, though only sporadically


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