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This collection of professional papers reflects Professor Alford's private legal practice and professorship at the UVA School of Law. There is correspondence, records and briefs, speeches and articles, and teaching materials on international law, legal history, trusts and estates, contracts, administrative law, economic warfare, insurance.
Collection of profesional papers and personal memorabilia (1933-2014). Includes speeches, reports, photographs, certificates, scrapbooks.
Judicial papers (1979-2011) from Williams' chamber files. Chamber manuals, jury instructions, case files, correspondence, memoranda, digital files, opinions, calendars, scrapbooks.
Professional and private practice files (1957-1996) related to international issues: claims, human rights, nationalizations, refugees, Iran -U.S. Claims Tribunal, organ transplantation. Also Law School and case files.
Small collection of memorabilia (1966-2010) with some correspondence and photographs.
This collection consists of materials that document the work of the State and Local Government Policy Clinic at the University of Virginia School of Law. These materials include websites and publications. The collection also contains items documenting the clinic's participation in major projects including the Commission to Examine Racial and Economic Inequality in Virginia Law (2019-2022).
This collection (1993-2003) contains photographs of Law School graduation ceremonies.
1870 and 1874 lithoprinted copies Prof. John B. Minor lectures. Also a top hat.
Extensive collection of professional, academic and legal papers mainly about Constitutional Law, International Law and Environmental Law.
Small collection of University of Virginia memorabilia: students notes, notebooks, examinations, programs related to Law School (1905-1919). Also some ABA and VBA files (1948-1953).
Professional consulting files related to corporation law and teaching files (1963-1989).
This collection (1965-1991) contains correspondence, memoranda, notebooks, lectures on legal writing, memorabilia and eleven paintings.
The University of Virginia School of Law and affiliated groups produced directories listing the School's faculty, staff, students, and alumni. This collection consists of both print and digital versions of these directories.
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.