Minnesota Law Schools Libraries


Minnesota Law Schools Libraries

  • Minneapolis - University of Minnesota Law School Library

    The Law School library is world-class, ranking seventh in size among law school libraries in the United States and containing more than one million volumes. The library houses a magnificent rare books collection, and remains a national leader in the integration of electronic resources into a traditional legal research environment. The library has been ranked 4th best law library in the United States by the National Jurist.

  • Minneapolis - University of St. Thomas School of Law Library

    The Law Library acquires case reporters and statutes for U.S. federal and state jurisdictions in print for ease of use. Hard copy may be duplicated by various electronic resources, including Lexis and Westlaw. Federal regulations are acquired in print, but the library relies on free and commercially available electronic resources for state regulatory materials.

  • Saint Paul - Hamline University School of Law Library

    The Law School offers twelve organized tracks of study, which maximize students' experiences in their chosen field of study. These twelve focus areas are: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Business and Commercial Law; Child Advocacy; Criminal Law; Government and Regulatory Affairs; Health Law; Intellectual Property; International Law; Labor and Employment Law; Litigation and Trial Practice; Property Law; Public Law and Human Rights

  • Saint Paul - William Mitchell College of Law Library

    We serve the law. We teach it, study it, practice it, and work to make it just. This is our mission.

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