Harvard Law School Library to Receive Late Justice Scalia’s Paper Collection
The family of late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia recently announced they are donating his collection of judicial papers, articles, and speeches to Harvard Law School, a New England Council member.
Justice Scalia was a graduate of Harvard Law School and served on Harvard’s Law Review during his time at the university. The collection will be made available for research on a schedule laid out by the Harvard Law School Library and the Scalia family, with research related to his work on the Supreme Court and the D.C. Circuit Court being available beginning in 2020.
“Justice Scalia will be remembered as one of the most influential jurists in American history — he changed how the Court approaches statutory interpretation, and in countless areas introduced new ways of thinking about the Constitution and the role of the Court that will remain important for years to come,” said Martha Minow, the Morgan and Helen Chu Dean and Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. “His papers will be a tremendous resource for students, scholars, and the general public for generations to come.”
The New England Council congratulates Harvard Law School for receiving the invaluable Antonin Scalia papers collection for students and scholars to study for years to come. Read more in Harvard Law Today and The Boston Globe.
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