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Online news and media - University of Virginia School of Law

Identifier: RG-32-504

Scope and Contents

This resource consists of online media collections that the University of Virginia School of Law curated and disseminated online. They generally consist of news articles, videos, and sound recordings. These materials document the School of Law's wide-ranging work and provide evidence of how the School markets itself to the broader world.


  • Creation: 2005 - 2023


Conditions Governing Access

The materials in this collection have no access restrictions.

Conditions Governing Use

Because of the nature of this collection, copyright status varies across the materials. Copyright is assumed to be held by the original creator of individual items; these items are expected to pass into the public domain 120 years after their creation. The University may grant permission to publish or reproduce intellectual property it owns in the name of The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia.


368.3126859 Gigabytes

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

Archivists at the University of Virginia's Arthur J. Morris Library captured the materials in this collection from the School of Law's website.


The materials in this collection initially existed as web pages linked to the School of Law website. Archivists strive to capture the School of Law's online resources and preserve them in a state close to how they would have appeared to users when they were live. However, to overcome technological limitations and to allow for sustainable preservation, archivists often made appraisal decisions that resulted in archived websites that function and look different from the originals. For example, when the School of Law media archive was too large to crawl and preserve as a single resource, archivists divided it into facets and crawled each part separately.

When using the web archives in this collection, researchers should know that these resources are not identical copies of the original websites. Instead, they are close representations shaped by the appraisal decisions of archivists.

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Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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Repository Details

Part of the Arthur J. Morris Law Library Special Collections Repository

Arthur J. Morris Law Library
580 Massie Road
University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia 22903 United States