Scalia’s papers donated to Harvard Law, although some won’t be available for viewing anytime soon

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The late Justice Antonin Scalia.

Papers of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will be donated to the Harvard Law School Library, his family announced Monday.

Most of the documents are from his time on the Supreme Court and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, the Harvard Gazette reports. The collection includes drafts of speeches and articles, as well as letters and records for his personal appearances.

Part of the collection will be available for research soon at the law school library. Papers that relate to his work on the courts will be available in 2020, according to the article. But documents about specific cases won’t be made public during the lifetimes of any justices who participated. Materials that become available will be announced on the library’s blog, Et Seq.

“Nino and I met as students in Cambridge, when he was at the law school and I at Radcliffe. Our visits back to Harvard together always felt like a homecoming, particularly in recent years. I am pleased to make this gift, and that his papers will now be at the law school,” Maureen Scalia, his wife, told the paper.




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