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Wednesday, September 21: Bobbleheads Fall Open House!

(Justice Blackmun, however, is not the prize!) This fall, the bobbleheads are back by popular demand. All are invited next Wednesday, September 21, to an  ...

Welcome New and Returning Students!

As the semester begins, the Law Library's Supreme Court bobbleheads exhibit is back, by popular demand, and on display in the Riesenfeld Rare Books Center  ...

Our Colonial Indian Law Collection (Part II)

Code of Unrepealed Circular Orders (Calcutta, 1872) Following up on our earlier post, we have identified additional rare titles in our colonial Indian law collection.  ...

Our Colonial Indian Law Collection

[Zillah Decisions, Lower Provinces (Bengal)] The Riesenfeld Center holds a rich and unique collection of colonial Indian law, published under the rule of British India  ...

From Our Stacks: Historical US State Law

This summer we have begun re-organizing and shifting parts of the rare books collection, including our collection of historical US state and territorial law. In  ...

Good Luck on Finals from the Riesenfeld Center!

Giles Jacob, A Law Grammar (London, 1817) The Law Library and Riesenfeld Center wish everyone the best of luck on finals! Although (perhaps) not of  ...