The Osgoode Hall Law School Library is very pleased to be currently hosting the exhibit Lawyers Without Rights Jewish Lawyers in Germany under the Third Reich, which can be viewed in the library until Sunday, November 22. This exhibit deals with the experiences of Jewish lawyers in Germany before, during and after the Nazi era. It also highlights individual Jewish lawyers and describes their fate. For those interested in reading more about the events in the exhibit, here are some further titles the library has:
- Jurists Uprooted: German speaking emigre lawyers in twentieth century Britain
- The Law in Nazi Germany: ideology, opportunism and the perversion of justice
- The law under the swastika: studies on legal history in Nazi Germany
- A history of public law in Germany, 1914-1945
- The theory and administration of justice in the Third Reich
- The Nuremberg Trial: a history of Nazi Germany as revealed through the testimony of Nuremberg
The exhibit is open when the library is open. The hours are 8:00 am-10:00 pm Monday to Thursday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm on Friday, and 10:00 am-6:00 pm Saturday and Sunday.