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Open Digital Libraries in the Shadow of the Google Book Search Settlement

What might a truly “open” global library look like? Regardless of the Google Book Search Settlement outcome, what can libraries, universities, non-profits, or Congress do to keep digital information in the sunshine? On July 31, Alternative Approaches to Open Digital Libraries in the Shadow of the Google Book Search Settlement, a workshop sponsored by the Berkman Center for …

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Morris L. Cohen Fellowship Winner Announced

The Harvard Law School Library is very pleased to announce that the winner of the inaugural Morris L. Cohen Fellowship in American Legal Bibliography and History is Sara Mayeux, a JD—History Ph.D. student at Stanford University. Ms. Mayeux will be conducting research in the Library’s manuscript collections for her project, “A Cultural History of the Criminal Defense Attorney, …

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852: RARE – A Students’ Guide to the Harvard Law School, 1877

It is not often that the Library has an opportunity to acquire a book or pamphlet about the Harvard Law School that it doesn’t already own. Such an occasion occurred this week when we purchased a pamphlet that not only did we not own but apparently exists only in this copy. The Harvard Manual. Contents: Historical Sketch; Law …

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