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Harvard Law School Graduates: A Biographical Research Guide

A list of biographical sources, which offer basic information regarding Harvard Law School graduates.

Harvard Law School Graduates: A Biographical Research Guide

The Harvard Law School Library Historical & Special Collections Department has compiled the following list of biographical sources, which offer basic information regarding Harvard Law School graduates.

An increasing number of these sources are available online and can be accessed via links in this guide.

If you require further assistance, please plan on visiting Historical & Special Collections.

Search Tools

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  • HOLLIS+
    The HOLLIS+ catalog of the Harvard University Libraries is a database containing over 9 million records for more than 15 million books, journals, manuscripts, government documents, maps, microforms, music scores, sound recordings, visual materials, and data files. HOLLIS+ allows you to search books and articles together.

  • HOLLIS Classic
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  • OASIS
    Use OASIS to search archival finding aids at Harvard. Limit your search to a specific repository by selecting the appropriate repository from the drop-down list on the "Browse Finding Aids" tab.

  • VIA
    The Visual Information Access (VIA) system is a catalog of visual resources at Harvard, focusing on artistic and cultural materials.

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