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Emory Law School Archives

The Emory Law School Archives acquires, preserves, and makes available to researchers materials of permanent historical and research value.

Subject areas include:

  • Feminism and Legal Theory
  • Law and Religion
  • History of Emory Law School

The Archives Room is located on the first floor of MacMillan Law Library in room M118. Manuscript and archival collections held include the records of the Feminism and Legal Theory Project, the papers of Martha Albertson Fineman, the Ben F. Johnson, Jr. Oral History Project, the Emory Law World War II Era Oral History Project, and historical records of Emory Law School.

Rare Book Room

The Rare Book Room is located on the second floor, entrance level of MacMillan Law Library in room M202. The rare books collection includes 18th and 19th century statutes, codes, reports, and treatises on pre-Civil War Georgia, American and English laws. The earliest volume dates back to 1633. 

 

 

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