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The Making of Modern Law: Landmark Recs

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This archive covers the years 1950 – c.1980 and offers a selection of frequently studied case histories from the U.S. courts of appeals. It is an invaluable resource for twentieth-century American legal history. Document types include appellant's and appellee's briefs; reply briefs; amicus briefs; appendices; motions; petitions; transcript; and various court records. Source institutions include Jenkins Law Library, New York City Bar Association, University of Iowa, and Yale University.

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