Historical & Special Collections curates three major exhibits each year in the Law Library's Caspersen Room on the fourth floor of the Library. Smaller exhibits also rotate in and out of the Caspersen Room bookcases and at the Areeda Hall entrance to the Library in order to highlight interesting items from the collection.

Visitors to the Library may view exhibits in the Caspersen Room daily, 9:00-5:00.

Current Exhibit

1920s photograph of five refugee boys from Charles Claflin Davis manuscript collection

Kids in the Collection: Prison, Work, and Play is currently on display in the Library's Caspersen Room. Visit between 9am and 5pm to view it in person and check back here soon for online content!

Explore our most recent exhibits!
Historical & Special Collections has curated exhibits since its inception in the 1980s. Exhibit topics have included: alumni, faculty, and the intersection of law and the humanities. Learn about what HSC has exhibited in the past.