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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 Free Legal Information: From County Law Libraries to Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries,” a commemorative book which will be available electronically at the end of the month. Stay tuned for the URL which will give you access to the book.

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Acts of 1815 published in “Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts passed at the Several Session of the General Court, Holden in Boston, Beginning 26th May, 1812, and Ending on the 2d March, 1815,” Volume 6, printed by Russell, Cutler and Co. for Benjamin Russell, Printer to the State.

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