University of Virginia. School of Law
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains items that librarians and archivists have used while researching the history of the University of Virginia School of Law. These materials include unpublished essays, published historical articles, datasets, and research notes.
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.
Henry Andrew Peckham letters from 1944-1946, 0.015 cubic feet, consist of transcripts of his letters to his parents during his service in the United States Navy.
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 includes at least 2 copies of every issue of the Virginia Law School Report. Issues of The Report contain articles that highlight the work of students, faculty, and administrators at the University of Virginia School of Law. Also, between 1977 and 1990, the annual reports for the University of Virginia Law School Foundation were published here.
This collection consists of print and digital copies of the Virginia Law Weekly publication. Run by University of Virginia Law students, the periodical features news articles, opinion columns, humor articles, photographs, advertisements, and other content. It documents life at the School of Law, as well as student perspectives of the law and the broader world around them.