The Making of Modern Law, also known as “MOML” is the latest collection of e-book records loaded into our catalogue. Representing over 21,000 works, the collection covers American and British legal history of the 19th and early 20th centuries (1800-1926). Titles include casebooks, local practice manuals, form books, works for lay readers, pamphlets, letters, speeches and more.
These ebooks are full-text reproductions of the original titles held by some of the world’s most important law libraries (Yale and Harvard especially). A vast array of topics is covered: bankruptcy, business/commercial law, constitutional law, criminal law, family law, intellectual law, legal education, procedural law, succession, trusts & estates, economic policy, public finance and taxation.
The records are searchable by author, title, subject, and keywords.
To see a sample, try the title: “Autobiography of a crook”.
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