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Through ongoing partnerships with unique source libraries, Gale helps law librarians deliver primary source materials from the sixteenth to the twenty-first century to enhance legal research. For nearly 20 years, The Making of Modern Law series has been an essential resource for legal historians.
Now researchers can open even more valuable research pathways exploring relevant primary sources with Gale Digital Scholar Lab, an intuitive, cloud-based analysis platform that helps tell impactful visual stories with historical data.
Visit Gale at booth 816 at the American Association of Law Libraries annual conference (AALL 2023) to see how the rare and extensive collections in The Making of Modern Law series are made more accessible with powerful tools like Gale Digital Scholar Lab.
Fill out the form on this page to reserve your time in the Gale booth. When you sign up, we’ll save you a conference survival kit packed with essentials for AALL 2023.
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Read about the latest installment in the series:
The Making of Modern Law: Records and Briefs on Key Issues from the United States Courts of Appeals, 1891–1980
The 13th installment of The Making of Modern Law reproduces records and briefs of selected cases filed with the U.S. Courts of Appeals throughout the twentieth century. Covering over 500 cases, the collection concentrates on key issues that continue to occupy the American social and political landscape, such as reproductive rights, immigration policy, incarceration and the rights of prisoners, environmental policy, voting rights, and the civil rights of women and people of color.