“Lawyers Without Rights” in Hitler’s Germany: New Research and Resource Guide

Through mid-April 2017, the traveling exhibition “Lawyers Without Rights: Jewish Lawyers in Germany Under the Third Reich” will be on display at Washington and Lee School of Law, co-sponsored by the German Federal Bar (Bundesrechtsanwaltskammer) and the American Bar Association.

The W&L Law Library has prepared an online guide at http://libguides.wlu.edu/lawyerswithoutrights to highlight research materials and information resources relating to the themes of the exhibit, focusing on the Nazi use of law to suppress justice, equality, civil rights, prosperity, and professional practice in World War II-era Germany. Leading books, scholarly articles, films, and online resources are identified, described, and linked for easy access.

Please contact a librarian with any related questions.

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