Massachusetts Law Schools Libraries


Massachusetts Law Schools Libraries

  • Amherst - University of Massachusetts Amherst Department of Legal Studies Library

    The Law Collection is located on the 5th floor of the W.E.B. Du Bois Library. It includes a complete print set of the Statutes at Large, the West Federal Reporters and all Regional Reporters, the Decennial Digest, the Massachusetts Reports, the Massachusetts Digest, and the Acts and Resolves of Massachusetts. In addition, the collection contains a current set of the United States Code Annotated, the Code of Federal Regulations, Massachusetts General Laws Annotated and the Code of Massachusetts Regulations

  • Andover - Massachusetts School of Law Library

    Our collection currently contains over 60,000 volumes, including standard research and reference tools essential to the study of American law. Our goal is to provide the legal materials and services to support both the academic programs of the school and research interests of all members of the law school community.

  • Boston - Boston University School of Law Library

    The Pappas Law Library is one of the largest law school research collections in the United States. With over 650,000 print volumes and thousands of electronic resources, the law library offers a fully integrated environment for conducting legal and law-related research. The Pappas Law Library is staffed by highly trained professionals, who provide the knowledge and expertise necessary for the optimal use of these research resources.

  • Boston - New England School of Law Library

    The Law Library’s mission is to support and enhance the research and educational endeavors of the New England Law Boston faculty, students, staff, and alumni. The law library provides an excellent accessible collection for library users. The library’s collection contains all standard legal research and reference materials, most of which are on open shelving for easy access.

  • Boston - Northeastern University School of Law Library

    The original mission of the school – to provide Boston’s first evening law school program for students who could not attend full-time day classes – seems reasonable today, but it was a revolutionary moment when Professor Robert Gray Dodge delivered the school’s first lecture in Property on October 3, 1898. The notion that a law school not only could, but also should, respond to the needs of the local community was considered a maverick educational idea at the time and has continued to be a hallmark of the School of Law to this day.

  • Boston - Suffolk University Law School Library

    The library offers numerous services and resources to help you be successful at Suffolk University Law School, including: Treatises, research guides, and Webographies; Library maps; Past exams; Research databases (view databases by subject); Short tutorials on library resources and legal research; Museum/aquarium passes; Law library blog; Resources for Suffolk Law Alumni

  • Cambridge - Harvard Law School Library

    With nearly two thousand linear feet of manuscripts, over two hundred thousand rare books, and more than seventy thousand visual images—photographs, prints, paintings, and objects—the Special Collections Department houses one of the world's most comprehensive collections of research materials for the study of legal history.

  • Medford - Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy Library

    The library contains over 120,000 volumes, including 300 current periodicals, serials, and foreign newspapers. The Tufts University Libraries share over 15,000 electronic journals and databases. The Ginn Library has League of Nations and United Nations documents, and publications from numerous international organizations in print and online. The library maintains a large collection of international treaty documents, and also has case reports of the International Court of Justice, the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights.

  • Newton - Boston College Law School Library

    The library contains over 400,000 volumes and includes resources in paper, microform, video and audio tape, and digital form. The collection, which is national in scope, covers all major areas of American law; includes primary legal materials and finding aids from all fifty states and the federal government; and features a substantial treatise and periodical collection.

  • North Dartmouth - Southern New England School of Law Library

    Southern New England School of Law has an outstanding faculty and they are readily available. Our student-faculty ratio of 19:1 is one of the best in the country. Students who have an opportunity to work closely with faculty in an intimate classroom environment tend to perform better. Our curriculum is rigorous, thus, Southern New England School of Law provides each student with a well-rounded education. We strive to produce lawyers who are competent and compassionate. The great civil rights lawyer Charles Hamilton Houston, Jr., was fond of saying that “lawyers can either be parasites or social engineers.” It is my hope that every Southern New England School of Law graduate will do all that she or he can to make the law more accessible to all regardless of their sex, race or sexual orientation. If you are committed to securing a quality legal education and looking to thrive in a warm and friendly environment, then Southern New England School of Law is the school for you. Our faculty and staff look forward to helping you achieve your dream.

  • Springfield - Western New England College School of Law Library

    The primary mission of the Library is to support and enhance the integrated and collaborative research and educational endeavors of the faculty, students and staff of the Western New England College School of Law. The secondary mission is to assist other individuals in finding needed legal information.

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