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This collection (1940-1976) contains professional correspondence related to the Juvenile Court Project (1973) and juvenile courts; law and poverty; personal correspondence; some student papers and lecture notes.
Correspondence, memoranda, minutes and research papers from the Legislative and Judicial subcommittee of the Commission on Constitutional Revision (1967-1968) that Peter Low and student assistants Nancy Buc, Judith Ann Arlt, Richard Hogan, and Gail Marshall compiled.
Professional legal papers that document McFarland's work in administrative law at the Department of Justice, the Hoover Commission, the Virginia Administrative Procedure Act and as President of the University of Montana. There is correspondence, research materials, student notebooks and miscellaneous materials.
Personal files related to the University of Virginia Senate Executive Council and other related UVA committee files.
Small collection of correspondence (1958-1980) between Barton and University of Virginia President Edgar F. Shannon Jr., other UVA officials and the Law Alumni Association.
Legal papers (1832-1914) from the probate and property law practice of English solicitors John Merritt Shugar and Arthur William Vaisey, 1850-1914. Includes conveyances, enfranchisements, indentures, title abstracts, wills and related correspondence. The papers concern client transactions in the village of Tring and the towns of Berkhamstead and Hemel Hempstead in western Hertfordshire.
Small collection of statements of Japanese individuals.war criminals.
Collection of photographs and programs related to the Libel Show.
Collection of IMTFE memorabilia contains photographs, diagram of court room, facebook of Japanese defendants, newspaper clippings, insignias, lapel badges pins, WWII mounted ribbon bars and a cap.
Small collection (1854-1900) of correspondence of five nineteenth century legal figures.
Nineteenth century legal records from an attorney from Ohio.
The Virginia Eagle was founded in 2002 as a “non-partisan political quarterly published by the University of Virginia School of Law.” Stephanie Russek, Ian Bryan, Lynne C. Fogarty, Kevin G. Ritz and Joseph Tubin were the founders of the new student publication that "wanted to explore the events that unfold far outside of our bucolic quadrangle, in “The Real World”.”
The Virginia Eagle had a short life and became inactive in 2004.
Small collection of personal memorabilia. Contains programs, catalogue, certificates, family tree.
Circular letter from Thomas Jefferson to the Governor of Rhode Island, 11 January 1793.