As we look back on significant events in 2015, we can mark the 200th anniversary celebration by the Massachusetts Trial Court of the legislation that created the first public law libraries in Massachusetts. On March 2, 2015, the day that the legislation was signed into …Continue Reading Looking Back on 2015
You’re Invited! Common Law Grounds Invigorate and Invest in Your Practice A brew of resources and comforts for sharp lawyers In the Franklin Law Library, Courthouse, 101 Munson Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts Opening week is Tuesday, September 22nd through Friday, September 25th Lower your research costs, …Continue Reading You’re Invited to Common Law Grounds at the Franklin Law Library!
Enjoy the Trial Court Law Libraries’ commemorative book, 200 Years of Free Legal Information: From County Law Libraries in Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries, available on the web at http://www.mass.gov/courts/docs/lawlib/mtcll200.pdf.
In 1815, a petition was filed that led to a law creating the first public law libraries in Massachusetts. This is a milestone worthy of celebration, and we’ve planned a reception to celebrate the libraries and to thank our patrons. Please join us on Thursday …Continue Reading Join Us in Celebration
March 2, 2015 is the 200th anniversary of “An Act authorizing the establishment of Law Libraries” in Massachusetts. The Trial Court Law Libraries are celebrating their birthday with a number of events on March 2 in the libraries and the publication of “200 Years of …Continue Reading Happy 200th Birthday, Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries!
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