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Documenting the Legal Record of Precarious Regimes
CRL’s Official Gazettes and Civil Society Documentation website offers published versions of new laws, legislative debates, and court decisions from at-risk regimes.
Excavating Attitudes on Opium Prohibition from Colonial Records
British Colonial Office records held by CRL reveal the dynamics of a robust opium trade in Southeast Asia in the late 19th and early 20th century.
LAMP Supports Digitizing of Historic Puerto Rican Court Documents
Nearly 5,000 historical Puerto Rican court documents dating from 1844 to 1900 are now available online.
Brazilian Human Rights Evidence Preserved in the Nunca Mais project
Evidence of atrocities in 1960s-70s Brazil, housed at CRL for 25 years, are now available online.
Helping a Scholar Access Cuban Colonial Documents
How CRL helped a Binghamton University scholar access records of slave resistance and violence in colonial Cuba.