Early law school material. Includes School of Law matriculation book, 1885-1911. The text includes not only lists of students, but information on their academic performances, such as their records on examinations, disciplinary action for suspected cheating during tests, and how the faculty evaluated student performance. Also includes School of Law scrapbook (primarily newspaper clippings dating, for the most part, in the 1930s and early 1940s); Leon P. Lewis Roll book, 1911-1932 (class attendance records kept by a University of Louisville law professor who taught from 1908 until 1932 and served as dean of the law school from 1925 until 1930); Law school student council minutes, 1932-1940; Law School Docket, 1940-1952 (a record of student moot court proceedings); and Henry Clay Club records, 1897-1915 (includes four volumes from this student organization: Ledgers, 1897, 1903-1906; Minutes, 1904-1906, 1914-1915).
- University of Louisville. School of Law (Creator, Organization)
1.375 linear feet (3 flat boxes, 1 half-mss box)