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The American Society for Legal History invites submissions for the annual Kathryn T. Preyer Award. Submissions are welcome on any topic in legal, institutional, and/or constitutional history. Early career scholars, including those pursuing graduate or law degrees, those who have completed their terminal degree within the previous year, and those independent scholars at a comparable stage, are eligible to apply. 

Re: Help locating records on civil action case

Any records of the case likely would have been transferred to the National Archives in New York City (see, e.g., https://www.archives.gov/research/guide-fed-records/groups/021.html#21.32). 

Also, in case you hadn't seen it, a contemporary write-up of the case (from Update of Cases, 1 Womern's Rts. L. Rep. 92, 97-98 (1973)) which describes some of the case file:

Help locating records on civil action case

I am trying to find information on a 1973 case, Civil Action No. 253-73 Michael Johnson et al v National Junior College Athletic Assoc. This was in NJ and was ultimately settled out of court with help from the ACLU. Is anyone able to provide some guidance as far as where to look for these records? 

Any and all help appreciated.