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Records of the Virginia Law Review

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Scope & Contents

The office files of the Virginia Law Review were routinely transferred to the archives between 1978 and 1985. The records consist primarily of administrative correspondence and other materials from the office of the editor-in-chief, and correspondence with writers of articles. There is also some documentation related to the organization and function of law student organizations.

Initially the archives retained all editing material, but subsequently, only selected stages of the editing process were kept, and later only the work of Virginia’s faculty and students was retained. Occasionally a footnote will indicate that the journal staff is keeping source material on file for authors, but not files of that sort were transferred to the archives.
The editing of articles to be published is achieved in seven stages. The first step, the departmental edit, involves checking and, if necessary, correcting organization and use of language; this editing is done by more than one board member on the original draft and several copies. Simultaneously a substantive cite-check (“sub cite”) is made in order to examine the citation for accuracy, blue book form and reference to the text. Corrections are marked on the departmental edit copy. At this point, the executive editors do a final substantive edit for clarity, accuracy, spelling and grammar. Subsequently another cite-check is noted on a copy of the executive edit. Ultimately all corrections are incorporated onto one copy which is sent to the printer. The printer returns galley proof for the VLR to correct. Page proof is run in two stages: the first, called “dirty pages,” are without running heads and table of contents and the second, called “clean pages”, have both.

Collection Description

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    Physical Location

    Special Collections Repository - Basement

Speakers, Unidentified
Dunau, Bernard
VLR Reception at the Rotunda
VLR Reception at Slaughter Hall
Virginia Law Review Reception
VLR Members in New Offices at Slaughter Hall and Reception in New VLR Offices
VLR New Offices at Slaughter Hall. Photos of Construction.
seriesRG 32/203 -85 Records of the Virginia Law Review, 1960 - 1985
fileEditors’ [Miscellaneous] Correspondence (3 folders), 1974 - 1978Box 1
fileEditors’-in-Chief [EIC] Correspondence: Student Council Funding, 1966 - 1975Box 1
fileEditor in Chief - Reorganization Procedure, 1967Box 1
fileEditor in Chief - Academic Credit, 1971 - 1976Box 1
fileEditor in Chief - Project for Indigent Defendants, 1972Box 1
fileEditor in Chief - Subscriber Correspondence, 1972 - 1973Box 1
file1972, 1976; Editor in Chief – Library [includes correspondence between Frances Farmer Law Librarian and John Calvin Jeffries Jr., VLR editor], 1972, 1976Box 1
fileEditor in Chief – VLR By-Laws adopted 2-5-1974. [Includes drafts and proposed changes in existing rules], 1974Box 1
fileEditor in Chief letter to Dean Monrad Paulsen opposing changes to academic calendar changes proposal, 1974Box 1
fileEditor in Chief – Move to North Grounds, 1974Box 1
fileEditor in Chief – change of printer. [Correspondence], 1974Box 1
fileEditor in Chief - Board Communications. [Memoranda] , 1974 - 1975Box 1
file1974 Manual for Members; 1975 Manual for Members; 1976-1977 Manual for Members, 1974 - 1977Box 1
fileEditor in Chief – Notes, Evaluations and Managing Board Tryouts, n.d., 1974, 1977Box 1
fileEditor in Chief – Guidelines for the Selection of Editorial Board Members on the basis of grades; grades, memoranda, 1975Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – “Legal Transplants”. Correspondence with Prof. Alan Watson re possible symposium, 1975Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Article log , 1975 - 1976Box 2
fileClass of 1976 ListBox 2
fileEditor in Chief – “Outside” Student Submissions. [Memorandum re Student material received outside the Review; Policy and Procedures for the Submission of Student Work for Publication; letters of rejection., 1975 - 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Student Council Funding. Newspaper clippings mainly from The Cavalier Daily re VLR funds, 1975 - 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Symposia Vol. 62: Labor and History. Correspondence, 1975 - 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Solicitations, 1975 - 1979Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Agenda (Mike Sundermeyer), 1975Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Editorial Board Selection. [Selection processes for law reviews; selection of third year members; decision procedure; comments], 1975 - 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Changeover critiques. [Summary of recommendations and criticism; suggestions from Larry MacNamara to incoming board], 1975 - 1976Box 2
fileVirginia Law Review Bylaws; recommendations to the membership of Bylaws Amendment; resolutions, 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Dean Search, 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Editorial Board. Lists and memo re The Current Literature on Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Faculty Liason, 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Farmington Issue. Memorandum re the segregation of Farmington Club in Charlottesville and the impact on the VLR members; Report from the Committee to Study the Farmington Issue 2-23-1976, 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Printers. Memoranda re Batt Bates printer and list of ranked periodicals in order of paid circulation, 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Proposed By Laws Change – Defeated 11-3-1976, 1976Box 2
fileEditor in Chief – Student Council Funding. [Memoranda re membership; Student Council and Law School Membership, Post-Conviction Assistant Project Supplemental memorandum; VLR income and expense statement; Student Activity fee Appropriation Request; MemoraBox 2
fileEditor in Chief – Virginia Survey, 1976Box 3
fileEditor in Chief – Board Agenda, 1976Box 3
fileEditor in Chief – Paulsen Dedicatory Issue. [Correspondence and drafts of articles re symposium honoring Dean Monrad Paulsen], 1976 - 1977Box 3
fileEditor in Chief resignation, 1976 - 1977Box 3
fileEditor in Chief – Student Council Funding. [Correspondence and Report by the Special Committee on Dues and Subscriptions to the Council of the University of Virginia Law School Alumni Association], 1976 - 1978Box 3
fileEditor in Chief – Media Board [Includes copy of Resolution Concerning Revision in the Composition, Authority and Jurisdiction of the Media Board of Directors; Guidelines for the Media Board of Directors; comments from VLR members re inclusion of VLR underBox 3
fileEditor in Chief – Banquet Arrangements. [Includes program for the Virginia Law Review Annual Banquet, February 28, 1976, Guest Speaker: The Honorable Edward H. Levi, Attorney General of the United States; invitation for the Annual Banquet of February 26, Box 3
fileEditor in Chief – Banquet [?]. Press releases, 1977Box 3
fileEditor in Chief – Correspondence [Jonathan B. Sallet] (3 folders), 1977Box 3
fileEditor in Chief – Frances Farmer Dedicatory Issue. [Handwriiten article by Bernard Chamberlain and draft of article by Hardy C. Dillard], 1977Box 3
fileEditor in Chief – Class of 1978 Curriculum of VLR Members, 1977 - 1978Box 4
fileEditor in Chief – Correspondence (Alan C. Geolot). [Includes Memorandum for Judicial Applicants; Memo to the Clerkship Committee re Centralized clerkship procedures; memoranda to students; financial statements] (4 folders), 1978Box 4
fileEditor in Chief – Printer Selection after Bates, 1978Box 4
fileEditors Correspondence re Donald A. Washburn Article, 1978Box 4
fileEditor in Chief – Correspondence (John C. Ale), 1978 - 1979Box 5
fileEditor in Chief – Correspondence (Carol G. Stebbins) [Includes proposed amendments to by-laws; survey proposal; instructions for summer survey outlines; dates to remember; summer editorial assignments] (3 folders), 1979Box 5
fileRejected Article from George Anastaplo, 1979Box 5
fileNote procedures, undatedBox 5
fileList of Alumni, undatedBox 5
fileSolicitation forms, undatedBox 5
fileLaw School Library Memorandum re Stacking Permits, regulations, undatedBox 5
fileCorrespondence between Collins Denny, III, Research Editor of the Virginia Law Review and attorneys in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia relating to “lunch-counter demonstrations” in their cities. The informationBox 6
itemMemorandum from Attorney General of Alabama MacDonald Gallion in Bowie v. Birmingham Railway & Electric Company
itemNo. 11073, USDC for the District of Maryland, Sara Black v. Atlantic White Tower System, Inc., 2-16-1960
itemIn the Circuit Court of Alabama, Criminal Division No. 7964, City of Montgomery v. S. S. Sealy, Sr. Motion to Exclude City’s Evidence, n.d.
itemIn the Circuit Court of Alabama, Criminal Division No. 7964, City of Montgomery v. S. S. Sealy, Sr. Motion to Exclude City’s Evidence, n.d.
itemSummary of Georgia Laws Relating to the Segregation in the Public Schools. Georgia Constitution Art. VIII, Sec. I, Par. I (Code Sec. 2-6401)
itemMemorandum to All Solicitors General and City Court Solicitors from Eugene Cook, Attorney General of Georgia, 5-10-1960. Trial Brief of John I. Kelley, Solicitor, Criminal Court of Fulton, County, on Atlanta Sit-Down Cases
itemStatement of Attorney General [of North Carolina] Malcolm B. Seawell, 2-10-1960
itemOrdinance No. 874. An Ordinance to Regulate Picketing in the City of Raleigh and to provide for the punishment of such pickets in the event of violation of the regulations prescribed for pickets and of those who unlawfully, by word or deed, interfere with
itemNorth Carolina, Wake County – In the City of Raleigh, City of Raleigh, the State v. James A. Fox. Warrant for Trespassing, 3-21-1960
itemNorth Carolina, Guilford County. State of North Carolina v. Ezell Alexander Blair, Jr. Affidavit and Warrant for Arrest, 4-21-1960
itemAn Ordinance to Amend Chapter XIV of the Revised Ordinance of the City of Orangeburg, [SC], adopted and ratified the Sixth Day of July, 1901.
itemOrdinance No. 4457. An Ordinance to Amend the Official Code of Chattanooga, 1949, by Adding Section 10-a to Chapter 30 Therof. 8-19-58
itemLegal Opinion from R. H. Burks City Attorney of Houston, Tx. Directed to Mayor Lewis Cutrer Re “Authority of police officers to prevent, suppress, disperse or make an arrest of persons, numbers of whom have assembled in a public place, to-wit a lunch room
itemVirginia: In the Hustings Court of The City of Richmond. Commonwealth of Virginia v. Frank G. Pinkston, et als. [Thalhimer’s Department Store demonstration]
itemTrial Brief of John I. Kelley, Solicitor General of Fulton County, Ga. 6-15-1960.
fileBackground material for “Racial Imbalance in the Public Schools – Legislative Motive and the Constitution”, Va L. Rev., Vol. 50, p. 465, 1960s, (3 folders)Box 6
item[37254] Supreme Court Appellate Division – Second Department. In the matter of the Application of Isidore Balaban, Phyllis Balaban, Arthur Gottlieb and Lenore Gottlieb for an order under Artclo 78 of the Civil Practice Act v. Max J. Rubin, et al. Brief of
itemCiv. 62 C 285, USDC Eastern District of New York. Ralph Blocker, a minor by Mr. and Mrs. Albert V. Knox v. The Board of Education of Manhasset, NY, et al. Defendant’s Trial Memorandum, Introduction; Complaint, March 1962; Answer, May 8, 1962.
itemCivil Action No. 22092, USDC for the Eastern District of Michigan Southern Division. Sherrill School Parents Committee v. The Board of Education of the City of Detroit. Complaint, Answer, n.d.
itemIn Equity No. 63 C 293 (3). USDC Eastern District of Missouri Eastern Division. Board of Education of the City of St. Louis v. St Louis National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Committee for Parents of Transported Pupils, West End Commu
itemCivil Action File No. 63c 311 (1). USDC Eastern District of Missouri Eastern Division. Simone Layne, a minor v. Board of Education of City of St. Louis, et al. Complaint, Aug. 19, 1963; Separate Answer of Defendants Board of Education of the City of St. L
itemDecision of the Commissioner of Education. Clarence Alston and Donna Alston, by their parents, Clarence Alston and Oneida Alston, et al v. The Board of Education of the Township of Union, Union County [NJ], April 6, 1964.
itemDecision of the Commissioner of Education. Charles B. Booker, et al v. The Board of Education of the City of Plainfield, Union County [NJ], June 26, 1963.
itemDecision of the Commissioner of Education. Dudley R. Morean, III et al v. The Board of Education of the Town of Monclair, Essex County [NJ], July 3, 1963
itemDecision of the Commissioner of Education. Deborah Spruill, et al v. The Board of Education of the City of Englewood, Bergen County [NJ], July 1, 1963.
itemDecision of the Commissioner of Education. Craig Fisher et al v. The Board of Education of the City of Orange, Essex County [NJ], May 5, 1963.
itemLetter from Herbert L. Ashby, Assistant District Attorney of Ventura, CA to Mr. Harold R. DePue Superintendent, Oxnard School District re Op. No. 968: De Facto School Segregation by School Construction on Culbert Site in Oxnard. April 2, 1963
itemNew York City Public Schools Report of the Committee of Integration, Part I, Zoning, Human Relations, Teacher Personnel, Feb. 15, 1963.
itemBoard of Education City of New York. Plan for Integration, August 23, 1963 to Dr. James E. Allen, Jr., Commissioner of Education, The University of the State of New York
itemGuiding Principles for Dealing with De Facto Segregation in Public Schools (Drafted by the State Education Commissioner’s Advisory Committee on Human Relations and Community Tensions), n.d.
itemThe University of the State of New York. The State Department of Education Before the Commissioner. In the matter if the Appeal of Patricia Ann Mitchell, et al against the Board of Education of Union Free School District No. 12 of the Town of Hempstead, N
itemUSDC for the Northern District of California Southern Division. Milton Brock, et al v. Board of Education of San Francisco Unified School District et al. Complaint, Oct 1, 1962.
itemIn the Matter of Petition of Certain Residents of School District 14 of the City of Chicago, Complaining of Segregation in the Chicago Public School System. Decision, n.d.
itemNegro Airmen in a Northern Community. Discrimination in Rapid City, South Dakota. A Report of the South Dakota Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights, March 1963.
itemCivil Rights ’63. Report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights
itemBlaustein, Albert P. :“Civil Rights U. S. A. Public Schools. Cities in the North and West 1963. Camden and Environs”. Staff report Submitted to the Unites States Commission on Civil Rights and Authorized for Publication
itemHeyman, Ira Michael: :“Civil Rights U. S. A. Public Schools. Cities in the North and West 1963. Oakland”. Staff report Submitted to the Unites States Commission on Civil Rights and Authorized for Publication.
itemConference before the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Fourth Annual Education Conference on Problems of Segregation and Desegregation of Public Schools. Washington, D. C., May 2-4, 1962
item“The Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Decisions of the United States Supreme Court for the 1962-1963 Term. A Summary and Analysis.” Prepared by the Commission on Law and Social Action of the American Jewish Congress.
itemReport of the Ad Hoc Committee on Equal Educational Opportunity Made to the Los Angeles City Board of Education on September 12, 1963
itemThe Constitutionality of the Inclusion of Church-Related Schools in Federal Aid to Education. Legal Department, National Catholic Welfare Conference, 1961
fileMiscellaneous Correspondence between editor-in-chief (Michel S. Sundermeyer) and writers of articles., 1975 - 1976Box 7
fileBylaws. Virginia Law Review Association, Oct. 1977 and n. d.; Management Information Systems Project: Virginia Law Review Association; 1980-1981 Manual for Members; 1980 Orientation: Organization of a note, 1977 - 1981Box 7
fileCorrespondence re Powell Symposium, 1980 - 1981Box 7
fileFaculty Survey [Questionnaries and some faculty answers], 1980Box 7
fileCorrespondence between editor-in-chief (James O. Browning), law faculty and authors. Also internal VLR, Law School student organizations and UVA memoranda. [See: October 1980, Memoranda from Virginia Journal of Natural Resources Law, Virginia Tax Review, Box 7
fileCorrespondence A- Z. [Correspondence between VLR articles editors Richard F. Kingham, George G. Lynn, editor-in-chief J. Phillip Jordan and writers (2 folders), 1972 - 1973Box 9
fileCorrespondence A – Z. [Correspondence between editor-in-chief Robert B. Shanks and writers. Submissions of articles, acknowledgements, rejections]. (2 folders), 1974Box 9
fileAcceptances. [Correspondence with authors of accepted articles. Includes evaluation sheets]., 1974 - 1976Box 9
fileSubmissions, Rejections, Acknowledgements. [Correspondence between editors and authors, 1974 - 1977Box 9
fileArticles Log, 1974 - 1976Box 9
seriesRG 32/203-2014 Records of the Virginia Law Review, 1968, 1981-1997, 1999-2000, 2004-2005, 2014
fileRothman Company – Virginia Law Review Contract [Correspondence and contract apparently reviewed by then UVA Law Professor Antonin Scalia] , 1968Box 10
fileMark W. Merritt, Editor-in-Chief, f. 1: Letters to Dean’s Office [includes correspondence with Richard A. Merrill re alternative ways to grant credit to journal members; letter from Janet Napolitano to Dean Merrill about concerns of the try-out proceduresBox 10
fileMark W. Merritt, Editor-in-Chief, f. 2: letters to authors – VLR Outgoing correspondence , 1981 - 1982Box 10
fileMark W. Merritt, Editor-in-Chief: letters to faculty, primarily thank you notes to UVA Law Faculty; VLR Internal Administrative Memoranda, 1981 - 1982Box 10
fileMark W. Merritt, Editor-in-Chief: Editorial Board Memoranda; Miscellaneous Correspondence – with other law reviews, firms and practitioners, printers, with Supreme Court clerks and other clerks and alumni, 1981 - 1982Box 10
fileWord Processing Equipment – Proposal and Report re acquisition of word processing equipment at the University of Virginia. Agreement between Virginia Law Review, Virginia Journal of International Law; Virginia Tax Review, and Virginia Journal of Natural RBox 10
fileMarlin Risinger, Editor-in-Chief, f. 1: Managing and Editorial Boards Memoranda, schedules, list of awards, internal correspondence, 1982 - 1983Box 10
fileMarlin Risinger, Editor-in-Chief, f. 2: Letters to authors, to faculty, to Dean Merrill and to Registrar of the UVA Law School, 1982 - 1983Box 11
fileMarlin Risinger, Editor-in-Chief, f. 3: Miscellaneous correspondence re Biomedical Ethics Symposium; correspondence related to “views about reduction on the number of issues published of the VLR” with some former VLR editors and others; incoming corresponBox 11
fileRuth Landstrom, Editor-in-Chief, f. 1: Editorial and Managing Boards memoranda, schedules, list of awards, internal correspondence, 1983 - 1984Box 11
fileRuth Landstrom, Editor-in-Chief, f. 2: Letters to authors and incoming correspondence and memoranda, including correspondence from H. Lane Kneedler, Associate Dean of the Law School; Dean Richard A. Merrill; face-book of VLR members, 1983 - 1984Box 11
fileLexis West Law Contract , 1984Box 11
fileCopyright – Certificate of Copyright Registration, 1984Box 11
fileBob Iuliano, Editor-in-Chief – Management and Editorials Board Memoranda, 1985Box 11
fileMichael P. Vandenbergh, Editor-in-Chief, f. 1: Correspondence; Managing Board agendas; updates to faculty; internal memoranda including Affirmative Action Study Committee; Articles Development Editor’s Guide , 1986 - 1987Box 12
fileMichael P. Vandenbergh, Editor-in-Chief, f. 2: correspondence with Dean Richard Merrill and faculty, writers, editors; ABA Memorandum re “Multiple Submissions of Unsolicited Articles to Law Reviews”, 1986 - 1987Box 12
fileWendy Rogovin, Editor-in-Chief : Correspondence and memoranda. Includes internal memoranda from the Managing and Editorial Boards; also some files re the implementation of the Virginia Plan (affirmative action); Memo re Members of University Committees (9Box 12
fileBruce M. Braun, Editor-in-Chief, f.1: Incoming and outgoing correspondence; includes UVA Memorandum of 1988/89 Student Government, Organizations, and Media; Law Review rankings; memo from Prof. Bill Stuntz re Applicants for Supreme Court clerkships (2-7-1Box 13
fileBruce M. Braun, Editor-in-Chief, f. 2: Memoranda and correspondence with fellow students and faculty; Editor in Chief Manual; schedules; “The Virginia Plan”; Letter from Louis Auchincloss (9-10-1988)Box 13
fileBruce M. Braun, Editor-in-Chief, f. 3: Articles. Correspondence with authors and memo to Articles Review Board (2-28-1988)Box 13
fileRonald J. Tenpas, Editor-in-Chief, f. 1: Managing and Editorial Boards correspondence, directories, facebooks, memoranda, schedules; Memorandum re: Proposed Virginia Plan Selection Procedures (April 1989); Grading into Law Review Memo (Sept. 1989) , 1989 Box 13
fileRonald J. Tenpas, Editor-in-Chief, f.2.: Business Managing Board and printer correspondence; correspondence with Law Faculty and other student organizations; Memo from Dean Thomas H. Jackson re student activities at Law School; miscellaneous correspondencBox 14
fileRonald J. Tenpas, Editor-in-Chief, f. 3: Notes Department – Memoranda, writing tryouts, outlines, some correspondence., 1989 - 1990Box 14
fileAndrew C. Friedman, Editor-in-Chief, f. 1: Directories, facebooks, memoranda, schedules. – [Dear First Year Student Memo; Welcome remarks from Andrew Friedman to students re student organizations at the Law School]; correspondence with authors; includes ABox 14
fileAndrew C. Friedman, Editor-in-Chief, f. 2: internal Memoranda re grading procedures; writing tryouts; Virginia Plan Application; topic selections and suggestions , 1990 - 1991Box 14
fileAndrew C. Friedman, Editor-in-Chief, f. 3: Law Review membership provisions, memoranda, writing competition; grading instructions; budget request , 1990 - 1991Box 14
fileCharles P. Lord, Editor-in-Chief, f. 1: Managing and Editorial Boards agendas, internal memoranda, correspondence; Virginia Law Review Statement of Purpose; Amendments to By-Laws; schedules , 1991 - 1992Box 15
fileCharles P. Lord, Editor-in-Chief, f. 2: correspondence and memoranda re Virginia Plan Procedures; budget projections , 1991 - 1992Box 15
fileCharles P. Lord, Editor-in Chief, f. 3: Correspondence; Notes Department memoranda and correspondence with authors , 1991 - 1992Box 15
fileMary E. Kostel, Editor-in-Chief (2 folders) f.1: Memoranda, correspondence, agendas, scheduling, assignments; f.2: Meetings agendas; By-Laws Amendments; memoranda re selection, duties, tryout instructions; Virginia Plan memoranda; general correspondenceBox 15
fileEthan G. Shenkman, Editor-in-Chief, f. 1: Schedules; agendas and memoranda, including tryout process and confidentiality; Olin Symposium in Law and Economics, Conference of the “Revision of Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code”: memoranda, agenda, proBox 16
fileEthan G. Shenkman, Editor-in-Chief, f. 2: Notes Department: memoranda, schedules; “Proposed try-out topics”; book reviewers and essays: memoranda, lists; Editorial Board Selections: memoranda, correspondence with faculty and Law School administrators betwBox 16
fileEthan G. Shenkman, Editor-in-Chief, f. 3: Darden Move: User group discussion of space needs at the Law School memo to Ayers, Saint, Gross Architects, correspondence, copies of student organizations blueprints; correspondence with other journals; “Week AftBox 16
fileErik Lillquist, Editor-in-Chief, f. 1: chedules; memoranda and agendas, Managing Board Minutes; Articles Department: memoranda; books and essays: memoranda; miscellaneous documents re other journals; Darden move; try-outs; memoranda re relationship betweeBox 16
fileErik Lillquist, Editor-in-Chief, f. 2: Editorial Board selection and recruitment; membership: orientation and other issues; Virginia Plan Committee packet of information and memoranda; Notes Department: tryouts and memoranda; Managing Board selections; miBox 16
fileViva Moffatt, Editor-in-Chief, f. 1: Proposed By-laws Change; Articles: correspondence, memoranda, editorial policies; symposium proposals; Darden: copy of blueprints of VLR new offices in the old Darden building; Managing Board and Notes Department memorBox 17
fileViva Moffatt, Editor-in-Chief, f. 2: irginia Plan: Grading and Selection Process memorandum, application, history, memoranda; editorial guidelines; new members; applications, Law Review Positions Descriptions; miscellaneous documents and some correspondenBox 17
fileScott D. Danzis, Editor-in-Chief – Virginia Law Review Office Manual, 1999 - 2000Box 17
fileVirginia Law Review Memorabilia: Prof. Michael Klarman thank you note; “50 Years of Brown v. Board of Education Symposium brochures, (February 20-21, 2004); 2004 Commencement Exercises for the School of Law, University of Virginia, May 16, 2004; Virginia Box 17
fileVirginia Law Review Memorabilia: Prof. Michael Klarman thank you note; “50 Years of Brown v. Board of Education Symposium brochures, (February 20-21, 2004); 2004 Commencement Exercises for the School of Law, University of Virginia, May 16, 2004; Virginia Box 17
fileScott D. Danzis, Editor-in-Chief – Virginia Law Review Office Manual, 1999 - 2000Box 17
filePhil Busch articles and correspondence sent to Ronald J. Fisher, articles editor of VLR, to commemorate the 100th years of Virginia Law Review, 2014 (1987-1988)Box 17
fileFisher, Ronald J.: “One Hundred Years of Law Reviewed,” reprint, 2014Box 17
otherlevelPhotographs, 1996 - 1997Special Collections Photograph Collection Cabinets
fileVirginia Law Review new offices at Slaughter Hall. Photos of construction, 1996, 1996
fileVirginia Law Review members in Withers-Brown Hall office before move to Slaughter Hall, Fall 1996
fileVirginia Law Review members in new offices at Slaughter Hall (old Darden building) and photos of reception in new offices (13 photos), November 1996
fileVirginia Law Review reception at new offices, November 1996
fileVirginia Law Review Banquet at The Rotunda
file[ca. 2007]; Virginia Law Review Reception at Slaughter Hall
otherlevelPoster: Virginia Law Review Centennial Symposium, Friday March 28, Saturday March 29, 2014Oversized file cabinet in Special Collections Repository
seriesRG 32/203-2019 Records of the Virginia Law Review
otherlevelFloppy disksBox 18
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