Legal History Community

The Legal History Community serves those working to preserve and promote legal and court history around the nation in history organizations of all types and sizes. Its members include university faculty, state and federal court historians and educators, law librarians/archivists/researchers, judicial assistants, a U.S. Supreme Court curator, and independent historical societies affiliated with courts such as the U.S. Supreme Court Historical Society and the Historical Society of the New York Courts.

About Us

A valuable function of our group is the development of a network of professionals working in comparable fields and sharing similar focused interests. Through our activities we strive to develop a group of professionals who share a focused interest and common background.
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Using Legal Sources

Our group hopes to help curators and educators at museums and other historic venues learn how to incorporate legal sources and resources into their exhibits and programming.


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