Become a part of legal history – enter the Morris L. Cohen competition

Would you like the chance to win a trip to Chicago and present a paper this July at a national conference? Then enter the Tenth Annual Morris L. Cohen Student Essay Competition! ‘That the Future May Learn from the Past’ Morris L. Cohen was an attorney, law librarian, and law professor who published important books on legal history such as A Bibliography of Early American Law. The American Association of Law Libraries Legal History and Rare Books Special Interest Section (LH&RB for short) wants to encourage new scholarly writing on legal history in the hopes of discovering future Morris Cohens. This is the chance to network with librarians from law firms, law schools, and government institutions across the country. That’s why we, along with Gale Cengage Learning, sponsor this annual competition.  I work at William & Mary Law School, located near Colonial Williamsburg. The motto of the foundation that runs Colonial Williamsburg is “That…

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