The Writ of Prohibition: Jurisdiction in Early Modern English Law, by Charles M. Gray. Second edition, 2004: Volume 1; Volume 2; Volume 3; Volume 4; and Index.
This electronic book includes the two volumes from the first edition, with corrections and some additions, and two new volumes, plus indexes and tables prepared by Professor Gray and Paul Ripp (JD '03). The first edition is reproduced with permission of the publisher, Oceana Publications, Inc.
Blackstone's History of English Law, by Charles M. Gray. 2009.
The University of Chicago Law School: A Century of Scholarship. A Bibliography of Writings of the Faculty of the University of Chicago from 1902-2002 (PDF) / Compiled by the D'Angelo Law Library.
A Bibliography to commemorate the Law School's Centennial in 2002. Available in PDF format from Chicago Unbound and as a searchable database.
Ardievas Laikmetam Rakstu un runu atlase 1947-1989 [Latvia: Recollections of an Age], by Adolf Sprudzs (2001).
Selected articles, speeches and lectures on experiences of Latvian exiles after World War II, discussions of the status of Latvia in international law, and of problems facing Latvians in foreign countries. In Latvian. Available in HTML format, for users who have Latvian fonts for their web browser, and in PDF format, which should display the Latvian characters correctly on any computer.