Georgetown Law Library's digital archive features secondary legal sources captured from the Web, including reports from commissions, task forces, agencies, organizations, scholarly societies, and lobbying groups. We also capture law-related publications by and about the District of Columbia, and select high-interest federal commission …
The digital archive collection of the Harvard Law School Library includes selected Harvard Law School publications, government documents (both U.S. and foreign), and secondary legal and law-related sources, such as reports and studies from organizations, scholarly societies, and other types of grey literature.
Individual publications are …
The digital archive collection of the Maryland State Law Library consists of selected digital material that describes, analyzes, documents, proposes, clarifies, or defines public policy and legal issues that affect the citizens of the state of Maryland.
Of particular interest are task force reports mandated by the Maryland General …
The digital archive collection of the Virginia State Law Library consists of all publications issued by the Supreme Court of Virginia, such as annual reports, special studies, handbooks, directives, etc.
The Law Library is also committee to collecting all publications issued by the Judicial Council of Virginia and the range of …
The Legal Information Archive is a collaborative digital archive established by the Legal Information Preservation Alliance (LIPA) to preserve and ensure permanent access to vital legal information currently published in digital formats. It represents an opportunity for the law library community to take on new responsibilities as …
The Chesapeake Digital Preservation Group features government, policy, and legal information archived from the Web through a partnership between state and academic law libraries.
Our collections include:
The Chesapeake Digital Preservation Group began in 2007 as the Chesapeake Project, and is today part of the Legal Information Archive, a collaborative digital preservation program for the law library community.
Site visitors interested in the stability of online publications over time are welcome to read our annual "Link Rot" and Legal Resources on the Web reports: