Legal heritage at risk
LLMC Digital preserves global legal and government content at risk due to time and other elements by migrating print and microform into contemporary media.
Competition for space forces libraries to divest books
Scanning large, print collections provides improved research through online access and frees up shelf space, a pressing benefit in many libraries.
Capturing last-best-copy requires expertise and investment
Methodical and responsible high-quality digitization uses state-of-art equipment and optimal OCR software for languages.
Skillfully adding value improves accessibility
Addition of page tagging, quality control, citations provided by seasoned experts enhances research among the substantial, varied collection of materials.
Cataloging and bibliographic expertise
Vital metadata by law librarian professionals creates discoverable content across all titles, including manuscripts, broadsides, various languages and other challenges.
Original materials safely preserved
Once the content is responsibly digitized, original print is archivally wrapped and recorded prior to shipping to salt mines.
Legal heritage permanently preserved for future need
Archival storage in salt mine repository provides model preservation. LLMC Digital preservation holdings are reported via the open access registry, PAPR.
LLMC Digital provides ‘one-stop shop’ for preservation and access to global legal heritage
Access in a modern, searchable and enduring format via the LLMC Digital online service provides invaluable benefit to researchers, professors and students from 512+ universities and other organizations
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As of February 2019, LLMC-Digital offers the following:
California Records and Briefs Volumes
California Records and Briefs Pages
New York Records and Briefs Volumes
New York Records and Briefs Pages
7th Circuit Records and Briefs Volumes
7th Circuit Records and Briefs Pages
as of December 2018
*LLMC-Digital is a nonprofit consortium strives to be responsive to the needs and priorities of its members. Feedback with respect to new projects is welcome!
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“What great stuff that is being digitized!!! Tons of Latin American and African material!! This is wonderful, as it is almost “ungettable” in the print world!! Keep up the great work!!”
Joseph Hinger - St. John’s University School of Law
“I want to congratulate LLMC for having a rare online publication we needed: La Graunde Abridgement, Anthony Fitzherbert, 1470-1538. It was a wonderful find for us to be able to pass along to our Legal History Professor. Much appreciated.”
Judy Janes - Director of the Law Library & Lecturer in Law, UC Davis School of Law.
“With access to LLMC Digital, Creighton University Law Library has been able to fill gaps in its historical materials that we would otherwise have to try and borrow from other libraries. By having the cataloging records in our ILS, we have given our patrons full access to a wealth of information that otherwise they would not discover.”
Heather Buckwalter - Serials/Acquisitions Librarian, Creighton University Law Library
"LLMC-Digital provides an extremely valuable service by preserving legal titles in multiple formats for future generations. As a law librarian, I believe it is my responsibility to the public to support these efforts.”
Stefanie S. Pearlman – Professor of Law Library & Reference Librarian, Schmid Law Library University of Nebraska-Lincoln