We are excited to be featured in this article that details the role that law libraries play in the Access to Justice initiative, “State Court Law Libraries Address Access to Justice.” It was published by the National Center for State Courts and provides a great introduction to how our library fits in within the Access to Justice movement. If you have any questions about our resources — e.g., our research guides by topic, our Digital Collection, our legal FAQs, or any of our other self-help resources — please don't hesitate to contact us.
A brand-new resource, Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture & Law is now available from HeinOnline.
This collection, containing nearly 1,200 titles, gathers together legal materials on slavery as it existed in the United States and the English-speaking world. Included in the collection are statutes passed by each state and colony, federal statutes, all reported cases concerning slavery, as well as hundreds of books and pamphlets on the topic.
You can can access this resource from home if are a registered library patron. Remember, you can register online if you don't already have an account with us!