LLMC is proud to announce its new Open Access initiative! In addition to the subscription services LLMC offers to Members of our Consortium, we are proud to provide unrestricted access to select titles. The LLMC Open Access Collection has been made available through partnerships and grants designed to give the world access to specific content.

Our first contributions to the Open Access Collection include these impressive materials:

The Documentary History of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1789-1800: ed. by Maeva Marcus et al, Vol. 1-8 in 9 bks. Free access to this valuable resource is made possible thanks to the generous support of Maeva Marcus, Director, Institute for Constitutional History The New-York Historical Society  and The George Washington University Law School.

More than 70 titles from the LLMC Digital Hawaiian Kingdom Collection (original documents are located in the Hawaiian State Archives/Honolulu). This unique Collection was digitized in collaboration with the Hawaiian State Archives and the Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law at the William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii.  Public access to this content is also available through the Library of Congress’ noteworthy Indigenous Law Portal | Law Library of Congress.  Much appreciation to Dr. Jolande E. Goldberg Policy & Standard Division Acquisitions & Bibliographic Access Directorate for orchestrating this initiative.

To learn more about LLMC’s Open Access projects or to become a partner in our Open Access initiative please contact LLMC at LLMC@LLMC.com. To view the current LLMC Open Access Collection please click on the following link: Open Access