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A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation - A Century of Lawmaking For a New Nation provides access to U.S. congressional documents and debates from 1774-1873. The Law Library of Congress houses one of the most complete collections of U.S. Congressional documents in their original format.
American Legal History - Documents from American legal history, with commentary and questions for your consideration.
Ancient Law - Henry Sumner Maine's 1861 compilation of ancient laws dealing with property, inheritance, crime, civil laws.
Aztec and Mayan Law - A bibliography, with summaries, from the Tarlton Law Library.
Code of Hammurabi - The Avalon Project - Translation of the Code of Hammurabi, with commentary.
Famous American Trials - Accounts, maps, photos, transcript excerpts and other materials relating to famous American trials. Assembled by Professor Douglas Linder, UMKC School of Law.
History on Trial - Information and discussion about some of the most famous and controversial trials in American history, from
LawBuzz - Stories of famous (and infamous) trials and legal events, with commentary, political cartoons, and information about legal history and legal rights.
Legal History - The Timetable of World Legal History.
Lynette's Legal History - British legal history links.
The Avalon Project at the Yale Law School - A searchable site containing documents in Law, History and Diplomacy.
The Brehon Law Project: Brehon Aid - Study and education of Brehon Law, the ancient Celic common law of Ireland that was practised from pre-history up until the seventeenth century. Topics include history, genealogy, heraldry, comparative law and features discussion, links, and historical documents.
The Women's Legal History Project - Detailed biographies of over 100 early women lawyers and judges.
Western Legal Tradition - Web links to resources on Western law, from its ancient roots through the 17th century.
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