Congress & the Courts is a collection focusing on the organization, structure, and legislative history of the federal courts and judiciary. It includes William H. Manz’s Congress and the Courts: A Legislative History 1787-2010, covering the U.S. Congress’s approaches since 1789 to the composition and structure of Article III Courts. It also includes Federal Judicial Center publications and scholarly articles about the federal courts.
The History of International Law Collection includes more than 700 titles going back to 1690. These titles include classic books by authors such as Hugo Grotius and William Douglas, serials such as Studies in Transnational Legal Policy and Judicial Settlement of International Disputes, scholarly articles, and bibliographies.
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