Preserving America's Legal Materials in Print (PALMPrint)

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Preserving America’s Legal Materials in Print (PALMPrint) is a print repository devoted to a legacy collection of U.S. federal and state primary legal materials. Developed by the Legal Information Preservation Alliance (LIPA) and the NELLCO Law Library Consortium (NELLCO), this project began as a three year (2013-2016) pilot intended to prove the concept of a shared, discipline-specific collection, jointly owned by the sponsoring organizations and the participating libraries. The collection is housed in the high-density storage facility of William B. Meyer, Inc., located in Windsor, CT

Country: USA

Operating Details

Status: Operational

Archive Type: Print

Format Archived: Govt Docs

Selection: Priority collections will include:  Federal materials - statutes, codes, reports, congressional records, administrative codes and executive orders/presidential papers. State materials - session laws, codes, administrative codes and registers, court report. All materials are donated by law libraries. The collection contains approximately 70,000 volumes

Retention Period: Permanent

Ownership: Transfers to Program/Consortium

This page was last updated 09/06/2019