How do I navigate the digitized collection of Military Legal Resources?
The Military Legal Resources collection is now available online. Researchers may recall that this collection has been through a few significant changes over the years, and it has finally found a home as a Library collection, where it is linked to the LOC Catalog and the Law Library’s U.S. Law Digital Collections.
Under Articles and Essays, you will find an organizational structure to the collection that approximates the previous layout of the collection. Headings include: Judge Advocate General's Legal Center & School Materials; Historical Materials; Military Law and Legislative Histories; and Index to Collections. Under each heading are subheadings to drill down to the material desired.
More information about the collection of digitized Military Legal Resources is available on the Law Library of Congress's blog, In Custodia Legis, at https://blogs.loc.gov/law/2022/02/new-collection-alert-military-legal-resources/.
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