Law & Popular Culture

  • Law and Lawyers in Popular Culture, Tarlton Law Library, University of Texas
    Works of fiction, pulp magazines, feature films and documentaries either featuring a lawyer as a central character or authored by a lawyer. Seeks to illustrate public perception of lawyers in the Anglo-American tradition.
  • Legal Portraits Online, Harvard Law School Library
    Digital collection of over 4000 portraits of legal figures from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century.
  • Visual Persuasion Project—Law and Popular Culture, New York Law School
    Includes related links on the emerging study of law and popular culture, with a focus on the impact of “communication technology.”
  • Strickland Collection of Law and Popular Culture, University of Oklahoma Law School
    Collection of law-related movie posters, lobby cards, and other materials.
  • Supreme Court Justice Bobblehead Doll Collection, Yale Law School Library
    Collection of bobblehead dolls featuring the likenesses of justices on the United States Supreme Court. Yale was designated the “official repository” for the dolls in 2010.