New Jersey Law Schools Libraries


New Jersey Law Schools Libraries

  • Camden - Rutgers University School of Law Library

    The School of Law-Camden is a leading center of legal education. Its faculty is internationally recognized in a number of fields including constitutional, criminal, health, and corporate law. Its alumni are leading members of the bar in public and private practice settings throughout the nation. The school is well represented among the state and federal judiciary.

  • Newark - Rutgers School of Law-Newark Library

    With more than half a million volumes and volume equivalents, the library is the largest law library in New Jersey. Its holdings on the law of the United States include statutes and court decisions of all fifty states, federal statutes and caselaw, federal and New Jersey regulations and administrative decisions, federal and New Jersey legislative history materials, and the codes of ordinances for many New Jersey municipalities. The library also has an extensive collection of Anglo-American legal periodicals, the primary materials of international law, extensive historical materials on English law, and a special collection of criminology and criminal justice materials.

  • Newark - Seton Hall University School of Law (SHU) Library

    The design of Seton Hall Law School's building is open and welcoming, a reflection of the faculty and administration's commitment to students. Students enter the Law School into a monumental black marble plaza. Once inside, a striking five-story, glass-encased atrium warms and illuminates the "urban quad." Offices, classrooms, moot court rooms, and library are inter-connected by balconies overlooking the atrium.

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