This page provides links to legal history resources of interest. Please contact us to suggest additional links. Please note we offer these links for interest and information only and take no responsibility for content.
The National Archives of Scotland website has much for the legal historian, including guides for researchers using various types of legal documents (such as testaments, sasines, deeds etc) and Scottish court records (including the Court of Session, High Court criminal trials and sheriff courts).
The Scottish Archive Network provides a single electronic catalogue to the holdings of more than 50 Scottish archives. the site also includes advice on research, digital images of some record types and a glossary of legal terms.
The Center supports interdisciplinary study of law in its historical context and promotes research and teaching in all areas and periods of legal history. The Center's annual lecture (given by Sir John Baker in 2003) is broadcast on the Internet and archived on the Center's website.