The Harvard Law School Library has teamed with Ravel Law, a legal research and analytics platform, to digitize their entire collection of U.S. case law and make it freely accessible online.
“Harvard Law School’s collection comprises 42,000 volumes containing approximately forty million pages of court decisions, including original materials from cases that predate the U.S. Constitution. It is the most comprehensive and authoritative database of American law and cases available anywhere except for the Library of Congress, containing binding judicial decisions from the federal government and each of the fifty states, from the founding of each respective jurisdiction. The Harvard Law School Library—the largest academic law library in the world—has been collecting these decisions over the past two hundred years.”
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