In May this year I published a blog of horror stories about poor records management leading to the loss of our legal heritage. I’m glad to now be able to list some success stories about the rescue of private sector records documenting our legal heritage. Who is rescuing our legal records? The National Archives, of course, is a massive collector of government and quasi-government legal...
- Rescuing legal records. Success stories… November 13, 2017
- Poor legal records management leading to the loss of our legal heritage? Horror stories and other tales of woe… April 6, 2017
- Information as an asset: the business benefits to providers of legal services of preserving records November 30, 2016
- Legal records at risk: is the legal profession interested in its own history? April 1, 2016
- Legal Records at Risk Seminar at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies November 7, 2015
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The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies was founded in 1947. It was conceived and is funded as a national academic institution, attached to the University of London, serving all universities through its national legal research library. Its function is to promote, facilitate and disseminate the results of advanced study and research in the discipline of law, for the benefit of persons and institutions in the UK and abroad.