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Answered By: Lesley Schoenfeld
Last Updated: Jan 08, 2016     Views: 121

The Red Set is the Law School’s archive for faculty, student, and institutional publications.

The history of the Red Set dates from the 1890s when the Library began to preserve one copy of each book or article published by the faculty in a non-circulating collection.

 

In many cases, the Red Set copy is a duplicate copy of an item that the Library maintains in its circulating or reserve collections.

 

The Red Set is made up of three distinct categories of materials:

  1. Faculty-authored publications including: books, articles, and speeches.  

  2. Publications by Law School offices, departments, and programs.  

  3. Student-created material including: prize essays, graduate theses and dissertations, student-edited journals, and publications of student-run organizations.

  

Answered by Lesley Schoenfeld
Last Updated: Jan 08, 2016     Views: 121

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