Law Special Collections maintains significant manuscript holdings on the history of legal thought and legal practice. Our collections are particularly strong in records of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century legal practice, and many of these manuscripts came to Law Special Collections as gifts of UVA Law alumni/ae and faculty. These donations include: the diaries of William Minor Lile; the Prince Edward County Free School Association papers of F.D.G. Ribble; Judge Hardy Cross Dillard's International Court of Justice files; Richard Bonnie's papers concerning the investigation of Soviet psychiatric abuse; and Frank McCulloch's papers on the International Labor Organization. Additionally, our holdings include large international collections, ranging from seventeenth-century Italian wills, to papers of the United Nations, to the Records of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East.
We support the educational mission of the UVA Law Library by making these materials accessible for use in research and in teaching. As part of our active digitization program, we have digitized many of the items within our manuscript collections and archives.
Records of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (IMTFE), 1946-1948
The IMTFE, informally known as the Tokyo War Crimes trial, was an international tribunal for trying Japanese officials for war crimes after World War II. This digitized manuscript collection brings together papers from both the prosecution and the defense, including papers for prosecutors Frank S. Tavenner, Jr. (specifically regarding his work on the International Prosecution Section), Roy L. Morgan, and C. J. Phelps and defense counsel G. Carrington Williams.
Benjamin Kissam Ledger and Docket Book, 1755-1776
Benjamin Kissam (1728 – 1782) was a prominent colonial lawyer who trained prospective lawyers, including John Jay, in his office in New York City (Golden Hill). This ledger, which dates from 1755 to 1776, contains detailed accounts of Kissam's clients, family members, and household employees. The docket book records the cases that Kissam handled before the Supreme Court of New York from 1768 to 1775.
Papers of the Dalkon Shield Claimants Trust
In 2000 Special Collections acquired this large collection that traces the production and marketing history of the Dalkon Shield, the intrauterine contraceptive device manufactured and sold by the A.H. Robins Company. These papers detail the A.H. Robins Company's purchase of the Dalkon Shield and the company's subsequent tort litigation and bankruptcy which was resolved in 1988. The collection also documents the establishment and history of the Dalkon Shield Claimants Trust, 1988-2000, which settled over 218,000 claims.
Academic and professional papers (1920-1965) that primarily document Ribble's tenure as professor and dean of the University of Virginia School of Law. Also valuable documents on civil rights and related subjects. Extensive files on the Prince Edward Free School Association in Prince Edward County, VA, materials on literacy tests, law enforcement and civil unrest, the role of lawyers, freedom of speech and association, school integration, the Fred Wallace case and the Gray Commission.
Small collection of professional correspondence, UVA Law School memorabilia and personal diaries.
Professional and judicial papers (1902-1965) that include court material files for Davis v. County School Board of Prince Edward County. Also correspondence, speeches, drafts of briefs, dockets, notebooks.
Inventory of the Personal Papers of Frank S. Tavenner and Official Records from the International Military Tribunal for the Far East
Frank S. Tavenner's personal working files (26 boxes) of the IMTFE consist of memoranda, reports, files of Japanese defendants, printed materials. The collection contains also as well as his set of the official records (195 boxes) of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (IMTFE), 1945- 1948.
Inventory of the Personal Papers and Official Records from the International Military Tribunal in the Far East, Created and Collected by G. Carrington Williams, 1945-1948
The G. Carrington Williams Papers document his work on the International Defense Section of the International Military Tribunal of the Far East from 1945 to 1948.
Thirty four agenda notebooks (1930-1963).
Important small collection of legal documents signed by George Wythe, John Marshall, Charles Lee, Samuel Chase, Edmund Randolph, James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, Henry St. George Tucker and John B. Minor.
Small collection of correspondence related to the University of Virginia (1933-1936).
Three letters, responses from Socrates Maupin and John B. Minor to questions asked by the Morisons.
Small collection of correspondence, newspaper clippings and memorabilia.
Commission presented to Sir Anthony Babington in the Spring of 1944.
Collection of miscellaneous professional papers, mainly of correspondence concerning legal education and the publication of his texts on Decedents’ States and Trusts and the history of the University of Virginia School of Law: The One Hundred Years. Also, there are files related to his deanships at Washington University in St. Louis, the University of Wisconsin, Northwestern University, and some memorabilia.
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.
Ten documents are receipts in the settlement of Ewers vs. Ewers. Also two deeds and a drawing of a plot of land of Jos. M. Dillard to Taliaferro & Loving Co.
Correspondence (1967-1976) between Davison and Virginia Supreme Judges related to pre-publication of the Virginia Report.
Professional papers mainly related to public utilities and the American Bar Association; academic files related to his teaching at the University of Virginia School of Law and some personal files.
Large collection of law practice records that document a small-town law office. There is correspondence, case files, legal, insurance and financial records, ledgers, 1854-1956.
<p>Small collection of historical importance to the history of the University of Virginia School of Law. Contains teaching materials, legal documents, correspondence and some memorabilia.</p>
Small collection (1937-1966) of legal correspondence between Prof. Gregory and Justice Frankfurter. Also memorabilia related to Robert and Edward Kennedy while students at the university.
Two petitions from Puerto Rican citizens to American officials.
17th and 18th century English and American miscellaneous legal documents.
Three undated lecture notes.
Professional legal files (1935-1974) regarding the claims of Thomas Smidt and Richard H. Strongman with property in Germany at the time of their deaths in 1940. Also files of H. P. James, John J. Slater and Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney.
Personal files related to the University of Virginia law alumni and memorabilia.
The Papers of H. Lane Kneedler (1977-1981) provide a legislative history of Virginia's first criminal sexual assault legislation and include correspondence, drafts of bills, research material, and audiotapes of planning sessions.
Pphotocopies of correspondence, memos, and drafts of bills related to the CSA legislation sponsored by Senator Gartlan in 1979.
A. E. Dick Howard's personal papers as Executive Director of the Virginia Commission on Constitutional Revision (1968- 1971) that revised Virginia's constitution. There is memoranda, correspondence, minutes of meetings, calendars, research materials, drafts and complete texts of all public views submitted to the Commission.
This collection of working files of COSAR members Betty Ardus and Ann Washauer contains minutes, correspondence, drafts of legislation, mass mailing materials, news-clippings and printed materials.
This collection contains the Judicial and working files papers (1930-1964) of Judge John Paul (U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia). Included are several desegregation cases: Allen v. School Board of City of Charlottesville, Goins v. County School Board of Grayson County, Walker v. Floyd County School Board and Swanson v. Rector of U.Va., and extensive correspondence related to these cases. The collection also contains administrative files, general civil and criminal cases, bankruptcy cases, land condemnation cases, professional correspondence, speeches and articles.
This collection of cases handled by Allen from 1939 to 1969, includes cases involving torts, civil rights, product liability, obscenity and labor. Two civil rights cases are of particular interest: Aline Owen v. Afro-American Co. of Baltimore and Fred Wallace v. Commonplace of Virginia.
This collection of professional, legal and research papers (1981 – 2018) captures Professor Bonnie’s public service. Drug related issues, decriminalization of marijuana and insanity defense; extra teaching activities at the University of Virginia; case files on death row inmates; professional files related to issues of mental competency; visit to the Soviet Union as member of US delegation invited to investigated the political abuse of psychiatry; files from the State [Virginia] Human Rights Commission, American Bar Association, University of Virginia Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy; Virginia Department of Health and Mental Retardation, State Human Rights Committee, Virginia Bar Association; Institute of Medicine related to the Nicotine Study for prevention of tobacco use by children and youth; Geneva Initiative on Psychiatry; Commission on Mental Health Reform in Virginia; China Mental Health Reform; Scottish Law Commission and files regarding mental health law in the Czech Republic, Georgia and Serbia; College Mental Health Study files are some of the topics researcher can find in these papers.
Collection of statements, speeches and press releases from officials of the United States Department of Justice, 1942 - 1951.
Professional, academic and personal papers related to his role as University of Virginia Law professor, Dean of the University of Alabama Law School, his role at the Justice Department and the Appellate Courts, the UVA Program for Judges, UVA Lectureship in Law and Religion, teaching materials and fictional works. There is correspondence, committee files, legislative files, drafts of fictional works, academic writings, photographs.
Small collection of correspondence between Herbert Johnson, Law ’27 and the University of Virginia School of Law and the Law School Alumni Association.
Inventory of the Papers of the United Nations Conferences on the Law of the Sea at the University of Virginia
Large collection of official United Nations documents and personal papers related to the United Nations Conferences on the Law of the Sea at the University of Virginia (1967-1995).
Collection of briefs, memoranda, pamphlets, manuscript and published materials, pamphlets that document McClellan's tenure as minority counsel to the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Separation of Powers, 1977 - 1978.
This collection contains research materials, working drafts and final reports mostly dealing with non-profit corporations.
This collection includes research materials and clippings, professional and personal correspondence, publishing and editing material for many books, and information on O'Connell's method for public speaking. In the latter category are numerous letters to and from presidential candidates and their staffs, including Jimmy Carter, Edmund Muskie, Michael Dukakis, and Gary Hart.
Personal files related to the University of Virginia Senate Executive Council and other related UVA committee files.
Professional and personal papers that reflect Dillard’s career as law professor and dean of the University of Virginia School of Law, as a scholar, and as judge to the International Court of Justice. There are university related files especially concerning the honor system; case materials for McClanahan v. California Spray-Chemical Corporation, case he argued before the Virginia Supreme Court; his work in the International Court of Justice and other local organizations and some personal notes related to school segregation. The collection has many photographs and memorabilia.
Bound volume with handwritten outgoing correspondence of English solicitors James and G. T. Lambert.
Commonplace book manuscript in two or more hands containing abstracts from Fearne on Contigent Remedies, 6th edition and Saunders on Uses, 3rd edition.
Historical 18th century collection of documents of a colonial lawyer's practice in New York City. It contains a ledger, a "Supreme Court Register," notes and queries.
Personal, genealogical and professional papers (1917- 1967). The small collection of professional documents include correspondence, opinions, memoranda, and notes from his years in the Justice Department, and the Supreme Court. There is printed material and miscellaneous notes regarding theThe "Gold Clause Cases."
This collection of 254 archival boxes, contains administrative and topical files that relate to civil liberties issues as academic freedom, due process, the rights of children, members of the military, and students; racial and sexual discrimination; the draft; religion in public schools; and state reapportionment. There is case material for the ACLU of Virginia; project files for long-term concerns such as the rights of women, the mentally handicapped; prisoners and migrant farmworkers.
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.
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.
Law office papers from a small-town civil practice in southwest Virginia, 1924-1952. Clients, in addition to private individuals, included the Norfolk and Western Railway, the Virginia State Highway Department, Virginia Auto Mutual, Appalachian Electric Power Insurance, local businesses and, banks, and several insurances companies.
This collection of administrative files that pertain to the Department of Justice Alien Property Division (1934-1959) contain claims and litigation files including correspondence, memoranda and other materials; numbered opinions of the Division’s General Counsel; claims decisions and related correspondence; and numerous drafts proposals and correspondence regarding the Trading with the Enemy Act of 1917. Of special interest are the gold cases.
One volume ledger, 1874-1886.
Handwritten business records from an administrator in New York, 1841-1845.
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.
Records that include correspondence, memoranda, reports, reviews, legislation, speeches, public hearings, created by J. Wilson Newman when he served on the Commission on the Bankruptcy Laws of the United States (1970-1973), the Price Commission (1971-1973) and the President’s Task Force on Improving the Prospects of Small Businesses.
Professional papers pertaining to labor law. This collection contains case files and annual reports from Public Review Board of the United Auto Workers (1971-1987); public employee rights; documents on the ILO and the United States S withdrawal from the organization; correspondence, miscellaneous files and published materials.
Topical files (1916-1956) related to Judge Ricks service as first judge of the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court of Richmond, Virginia, and his involvement in civic affairs and social movements primarily focused on disadvantage children.
Small collection (1854-1900) of correspondence of five nineteenth century legal figures.
Files related to the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Law.
This collection of professional and personal notes, correspondence and working papers documents the work of John Norton Moore as a professor and director of the Oceans Law and Policy Center and the Center for National Security Law at the University of Virginia. It also documents Moore's public service as legal adviser, witness and counselor to many national and international organizations.
Official and personal files related to the Attorney General’s Commission on Pornography (Meese Commission) that studied the effects of pornography in the United States (1985-1986).
The papers of Clarence B. Pearce consist of correspondence, photographs and memorabilia of his years as a University of Virginia law student (1917-1921).
18th century student notes of Millar's lectures in Glasgow.
This small and very important collection consists of correspondence and working papers from McReynolds’ clerkship for Justices Robert H. Jackson, Felix Frankfurter and John M. Harlan, 1953-1955. Of significance are the files on Brown v. Board of Education and the notes between the justices; also drafts opinions, memoranda, correspondence and notes of other cases.
Draft of letter with annotations.
Circular letter from Thomas Jefferson to the Governor of Rhode Island, 11 January 1793.
Collection of fifty black-and-white photographs capturing scenes of Paris and New York.
Personal correspondence, photographs, memorabilia and a shotgun that belonged to Chief Justice Warren, 1951-1974.
Professional files (1973-1988); : records and briefs related to Bourjaily v. U.S., argued before the Court of Military Appeals at the University of Virginia School of Law; legal cases, client files, and Committee on Criminal Rules and Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Judicial Conference of the United States files
<p>This collection of legal documents concerns Roger B. Taney’s law practice in Frederick, Maryland between 1805 and 1818. Of special note are the cases concerning slaves.</p>
Edwin S. Cohen papers (1946-1989) document relate to his work as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy and as Under Secretary of the Treasury for the Nixon administration. In addition, there is considerable documentation of his private law practice in New York and Washington, D.C., and of his teaching at the University of Virginia School of Law.
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.
Professional legal papers, primarily concerning railroads cases (1881-1956). Includes memoranda, correspondence, records and briefs, court transcripts, stock certificates, mortgages, and indentures. Also some personal files.
Legal, civil case files (1913-1967), primarily trusts and estates, real estate, insurance, torts, and divorce that document the work of a small local law firm.
Photocopies relating to the case of Westmoreland v. CBS and memorabilia.
Embossed seals in a piece of paper.
Small collection related to the University of Virginia Law School Alumni Association and the Law Class of 1922.
Personal journals written between 1882-1932. The diaries are especially valuable for their impressions of life at the University of Virginia.
Commonplace books with copies of promisory notes, receipts, indentures, affidavits, correspodence related to Frankland affairs.
Manuscript. Docket book of cases possibly heard in Steuben County, New York, 1829-1830 and some loose documents.
Professional consulting files related to corporation law and teaching files (1963-1989).
This collection of professional papers reflects Professor Alford's private legal practice and professorship at the UVA School of Law. There is correspondence, records and briefs, speeches and articles, and teaching materials on international law, legal history, trusts and estates, contracts, administrative law, economic warfare, insurance.
Lists of the crew aboard the ship.
Working draft of manuscript.
Commonplace book containing British legal precedents and some citations of New Jersey law.
Handwritten letterbook with information relative to the British Board of Trade.
Attorney's legal document referencing cases in Pennsylvania
Docket of legal cases heard in Vermont in the early nineteenth century.
Attorney's notes on Blackstone's Commentaries and the treatment of inherintance law.
Professional, administrative and personal papers (1936-1992) of Emerson G. Spies. The collection includes institutional records from his tenure as Law School dean, dean of admissions and his involment with the Law School Foundation and the Alumni Council. There is also personal correspondence.
Records of a fire and marine insurance company in Maine.
Italian manuscript with list of executions in Venice, 727-1804.
Handwritten precedent book with subjects in alphabetical order.
Eighteenth century will.
This collection (1930-1992) contains professional papers primarily related to Law Library and personal files. There is correspondence, speeches, memorabilia and photographs.
These papers (1952-1993) document Shah's work in forensic psychology and the law, criminal justice and mental health, mental health law, insanity defense, human rights, sexual harassment, abuse of psychiatry. There is extensive correspondence and working files. collection contains correspondence and working files with the American Academy of Forensic Psychology, American Academy of Psychiatry and Law, the Department of Public Health, National Institute of Mental Health, World Health Organization and many other institutions
The papers of Judge George H. Revercomb consist principally of the chambers files from his U.S. district judgeship, 1985-1993.
Professional and personal papers that document Roy L. Morgan's service as Chief Interrogator for the International Military Tribunal for the Far East. There are orders, minutes, trial briefs, statements related to the IMTFE. Also lists of foreign legations, internal security and investigative reports on German and Japanese detainees, related to The Greenbrier Hotel Mission where he worked as Special Agent of the FBI.
Manuscript concerning property law.
Collection of University of Virginia Law School memorabilia.
Legal volumes containing estate records and court actions.
Unpublished book manuscript and correspondence regarding the gift.
University of Virginia documents realtive to the admission of women, teaching materials and student notebooks.
Clay family memorabilia collection. Contains diplomas, photographs, engravings, portraits, and other material belongings.
This collection contains correspondence, minutes of meetings and directories of the ACLU in Charlottesville, Virginia, 1969-1972.
Small collection of pamphlets, newsletters, newspaper clippings and some correspondence related to the World Peace Movement in the 1940s.Small
Small collection of personal memorabilia and few professional items.
Papers (1977-1987) that relate to the APA Committee on International Abuse of Psychiatry. There are case files. Russian manuscripts, photographs
Collection of memorabilia related to the National Support Law and some Law School notes, 1954-1968.
Heavily annotated documentation of a late 19th century Texas case concerning a pre-statehood land grant. The case was heard by the U.S. Fifth Circuit in 1879 and by the Supreme Court in 1882.
Scottish manuscript with definitions of legal terms, written in two hands.
Manuscript of an attorney legal practice. Contains information about estates, money transactions, pensions, insurance.
Three ledgers listing Parker's income from cases and legal work, 1873-1912.
Accounts of cases.
Professional and private practice files (1957-1996) related to international issues: claims, human rights, nationalizations, refugees, Iran -U.S. Claims Tribunal, organ transplantation. Also Law School and case files.
Collection of correspondence, programs, photographs and newspaper clippings of the Uruguayan Seminar (1960) and the Bolivian Seminar (1961) taught at the University of Virginia School of Law.
Collection of some correspondence, diplomas, certificates, medal, photographs and other memorabilia that belonged to Arthur J. Morris, Class of 1901.
Collection of letters, diplomas, certificates, and awards (1921-1971) of Elizabeth Tompkins, first woman to graduate from UVA Law School in 1921.
One certificate of appointment.
General Court of Virginia license to practice law.
Attorney record book with list of names, and case entries.
This collection of professional and academic papers relate to Martin's expertise as an international law and immigration lawyer, professor of International Law at the University of Virginia School of Law, as an author, researcher and public servant.
Judicial papers (1972-1997), legal and administrative, that document Lively's service on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
Collection of more than hundred letters related to the Alabama claims cases written to William W. Crapo, a lawyer in New Bedford, Massachusetts from 1870 - 1876. The correspondence provides a detailed view of the lawyers’ legal and political efforts to secure restitution for their clients.
This collection document her career as a solo practitioner in Charlottesville. The files consist of case files and law practice ledgers (1935-1990) and some miscellaneous personal papers.
Nineteenth century legal records from an attorney from Ohio.
Judicial and pProfessional papers that pertain to Mr. Duvall's tenure as Administrative Law Judge and as attorney specializing in Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (1936-1996).
Judge John D. Butzner, Jr. papers (1986-1998) document his service on the Special Division of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit for the Purpose of Appointing Independent Counsel. These files primarily reflect the panel's supervision of counsels' work, and contain correspondence regarding selection of counsel and costs of investigations.
Oversized photographs of University of Virginia students, 1920-1926.
Family photographs and memorabilia collection, 1895-1960.
The Dalkon Shield Claimants Trust Collection, 1968-2000 (bulk 1970-1998), traces the history of the Dalkon Shield, the intrauterine contraceptive device manufactured and sold by the A.H. Robins Company, from purchase of the device in 1970 through tort litigation and bankruptcy settlement in 1988. The collection also documents the establishment and ten-year history of the Dalkon Shield Claimants Trust, which paid out almost $3 billion to over 218,000 claimants. Closing in 2000, this trust achieved the most successful resolution of a mass tort case during the twentieth century.
Book of entries and expenses of an Ohio lawyer.
One undated letter sent to Mr. Gilmer by Mr. Glasgow, both from the Law Class of 1878.
Collection of photographs and programs related to the Libel Show.
Professional papers (1964-1997) that document Smith’s service on the U.S. Court of Claims, his appointment to the court, court administration, articles and speeches, and the federal court re-organization of the late 1970s that concluded with the Federal Courts Improvement Act of 1979, and the creation of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Small collection (1977-1979) containing a report, a deposition and printouts related to the Dalkon Shield Claimants Trust.
Claim of Charles Gallagher for Loss of Schooner Nimrod and Cargo on James River, VA, December 5th, 1864
Claim related to mercantile ship.
This collection (1965-1991) contains correspondence, memoranda, notebooks, lectures on legal writing, memorabilia and eleven paintings.
Professional papers related to international disputes and legal issues, the formation of the International Criminal Court (ICC), and ABA Task Force on War Crimes in the Former Yougoslavia. Many of the documents delve with the constitutionality, sovereignty and jurisdiction of international organizations to arbitrate disputes between multiple foreign entities. There is also extensive personal correspondence, Law School teaching materials and his student notebooks.
Small collection of University of Virginia memorabilia: students notes, notebooks, examinations, programs related to Law School (1905-1919). Also some ABA and VBA files (1948-1953).
The papers of Robert C. Fitzgerald (19873-1988) consist primarily of professional papers regarding issues of annexation in the State of Virginia.
Collection of profesional papers and personal memorabilia (1933-2014). Includes speeches, reports, photographs, certificates, scrapbooks.
Collection of Judge Bissell's unpublished opinions between 1983-2005 duringocument his service on the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.
Handwritten breach of contract,
This collection (1936-1977) consists of correspondence, memorabilia and letters of condolence acknowledging Gilmer's life.
University of Virginia Washington Society Orator Medal.
Bureau of Chemistry copies of photographs from 1910 and one memorandum.
One page handwritten document related to a collection of a debt.
Professional files that relate to labor management relations, and personal memorabilia.
Prints of Native American portraits.
Judicial papers (1979-2011) from Williams' chamber files. Chamber manuals, jury instructions, case files, correspondence, memoranda, digital files, opinions, calendars, scrapbooks.
17th century wills.
Personal ephemeral scrapbooks of C.W.K. Phelps during Tokyo War Crimes Trial.
Three photographs of Frank S. Tavenner at HUAC.
Digital collection of photographs and an interview related to the International Military Tribunal of the Far East [IMTFE]
This collection of documents (1988-1995) reflects one of the earlier corporate and government efforts to prevent and reduce pollution. It contains data collection and analysis, projects, budgets, maps, correspondence, interviews, drafts, reports and photographs.
Extensive collection of professional, academic and legal papers mainly about Constitutional Law, International Law and Environmental Law.
University of Virginia law student diploma.
This collection (1993-2003) contains photographs of Law School graduation ceremonies.
Collection (1967-2014) of correspondence between Mr. Sokol, Hardy C. Dillard and Daniel J. Meador and of Mr. Sokol's student notes.
Six items of Law School memorabilia, 1933-1941.
Small collection of professional extra-curricular consulting papers (1967-2012).
Small collection of professional and personal documents (1983- 1995) related to the Menzies Lectureship at the Law School and
the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant on Law and Medicine.
Historical photograph of IMTFE.
Photographic collection related to the Carrington Williams IMTFE collection, 1946-1947.
Collection of 6224 sketches, mainly courtroom sketches of criminal and civil trials around New York City, drawn by Ida Libby Dengrove. Of importance is her work on the David "Son of Sam" Berkowitz trial, that earned her two Emmy Awards; ABSCAM, FBI Sting Operatiion Targeting Political Corruption, U.S. v. Williams, 705 F.2d 603 (2d Cir. 1983); Black Liberation Army Member, Assata Shakur, Tried on Murder and Assault Charges, New Jersey v. Chesimard, 555 F. 2d 63 (3d Cir. 1977); Chicago Seven Member Abbie Hoffman on Trial for Conspiracy and Inciting to Riot, U.S. v. Dillinger, 657 F. 2d 140 (7th Cir 1981); John Hinckley on Trial for the Attemped Assassination of President Ronald Reagan, U.S. v. Hinckley, 525 F. Supp. 1342 (D.D.C. 1981) and many others.
The University of Virginia Law Library's collection of Scottish Court of Session Papers consists of printed and formerly bound case materials presented before the Court of Session, the highest civil court in Scotland, from 1759 to 1834. As a court of appeal and of first instance, the Court of Session in this period held jurisdiction over contract and commercial cases, matters of succession and land ownership, divorce proceedings, intellectual property and copyright disputes, and contested political elections. The UVA collection includes approximately 2500 printed petitions, answers, replies, and case summaries, many of which have contemporary annotations. Supplemental case materials appended to these documents include maps, building plans, and printed copies of correspondence, wills, financial accounts, and census reports.
Small memorabilia collection with photographs of the 1936 graduation and of The Lawn.
Professional papers (1968-2011) related to no- fault auto insurance legislation, products liability and . Also files re vaccine compensation legislation that led to the National Childhood Vaccine Act of 1986.
Collection of Mr. Martinez personal working files (1978-2015) as director of the Virginia Department of Behavioral and Developmental Services of Virginia (DBHDS). The files pertain to mental health issues in the State of Virginia, and the state's response to support behavioral health services.
Small collection of University of Virginia memorabilia.
Collection of digital photographs of the Law Class of 1986
Collection of ten volumes of printed briefs of Appellate Court cases in Virginia, 1895-1915.
Trial transcripts for Virginia death penalty cases. DNA exonoree trials, and various state criminal trials.
Personal Papers of Richard J. DeMartino as History Consultant to the International Military Tribunal for the Far East
Interesting historical chronology related to the IMTFE. Includes many Japanese documents and photographs.
Collection of photographs of North Grounds taken before the 1995 renovation.
Small collection of documents mainly related to the antitrust case of U.S. v. AT&T, (1981-1996).
Student and alumni memorabilia related to the University of Virginia School of Law.
1870 and 1874 lithoprinted copies Prof. John B. Minor lectures. Also a top hat.
Small collection of memorabilia (1966-2010) with some correspondence and photographs.
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.
This collection relates to ALI (American Law Institute) Reporters' Study on federal income tax (1993-1998); Subchapter C Study: proposed revision to Subchapter C of the Internal Revenue Code considered by the US Senate Finance Committee (taxation of corporations and corporate transactions, 1983-1989); and the history of Crane v. Commissioner of the Revenue (2001), 331 U.S. 1 (1947).