New York Law Schools Libraries

New York Law Schools Libraries

  • Albany - Albany Law School of Union University Library

    The library includes over 620,000 volumes and equivalents and provides excellent resources for the Albany Law School community. Videotapes of oral arguments before the New York State Court of Appeals dating from September 1989 form an important collection within the library. For those who wish a copy of a specific argument, an order form is available. Membership in the New England Law Library Consortium provides the benefit of extensive resource sharing.

  • Brooklyn - Brooklyn Law School Library

    The Library’s collection contains over 550,000 volumes in hardcopy and other formats.

  • Buffalo - University at Buffalo Law School Library

    Our library's fine collection of more than 500,000 volumes and microform equivalents plus a wide array of online resources in legal and cross-discliplinary subjects is augmented by convenient access to the university's three-million-volume research collection.

  • Central Islip - Touro College - Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center Library

    Our collection of more than 420,000 law and law-related volumes and microform equivalents includes reporters, statutes, periodicals, treatises, historical, and other important materials. Several special collections support the range of interest of the law school community. Of particular interest are the Scholars' Collection of rare English, American, and foreign legal works of significant historical importance, and the Judaica Collection, which focuses on Jewish law, supporting the courses offered in Jewish law and the work of the Institute of Jewish Law. In addition, the library is an official depository for selected United States and New York State government publications

  • Flushing - City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law Library

    The Library collection includes 95,000 hard-copy volumes and 175,000 microform volume equivalents. In addition to the material available in the CUNY School of Law Library, resource-sharing networks, such as the New York Joint International Law Program

  • Hempstead - Hofstra University School of Law Library

    The Library collection comprises approximately 534,000 print and microform volumes, as well as an expanding number of electronic resources. Its holdings include statutes, codes and case law for all state and federal jurisdictions; a comprehensive collection of English language legal periodicals; treatises; encyclopedias; digests; citators; looseleaf services; comparative and international legal materials; and selected foreign legal materials. Additionally, the Library serves as a selective depository for U.S. government publications.

  • Ithaca - Cornell University Law School Library

    Outstanding collection includes everything from original Nuremberg Trials materials to the latest legal journals. Approximately 700,000 volumes (print and microform equivalents); Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises 1800-1926; English Reports: 1220-1873; Isino Law

  • New York - Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law - Yeshiva University Library

    The Law Library is the focal point for student and faculty research at Cardozo. The library holds more than 540,000 books, periodicals, microforms, and audio and video materials. Through its subscriptions and purchases, the library provides access to thousands of law and law-related electronic resources.

  • New York - Columbia Law School Library

    Public service is a critical component of a legal education and the professional development of our students," said David M. Schizer, Dean and the Lucy G. Moses Professor of Law. "This new guarantee supports a core principle of our school, as we aspire to train lawyers who view pro bono work as central to their commitment to our system of justice.

  • New York - Fordham University School of Law Library

    Fordham University Libraries own more than 2,000,000 volumes and subscribe to over 15,500 periodicals and 19,000 electronic journals and is a depository for United States Government documents. Fordham University Libraries own many special collections of rare books and manuscripts covering a variety of subjects including Americana, Jesuitica, the French Revolution, and Criminology. The library also provides access to over 60,000 electronic books.

  • New York - New York Law School Library

    It houses more than 500,000 volumes of books, microforms, and audio/visual materials. The fully air conditioned physical facilities include study carrels and tables, lounge seating, and meeting rooms for study groups. A range of sophisticated computer research services and other technological enhancements augment the Library’s superb book collection

  • New York - New York University School of Law Library

    Our collections have historically been regarded as among the deepest research collections not only in the country but also in the world. We make every effort to continue in this tradition, keeping pace with the ever-changing nature of legal and interdisciplinary research. The library has a comprehensive collection of: Federal statutes, legislative history materials and case reports All law school and commercial law reviews and journals indexed in the Index to Legal Periodicals State statutes as well as official reports, where available. Generally, the library aims to collect all current primary source materials (codes, statutes, regulations, court decisions, jurisprudence), and standard finding tools for major jurisdictions of the world. The library’s strength for Africa is in English materials on Nigeria and South Africa. Collecting for East Asia and South Asia is only in English.

  • Queens - St. John's University School of Law Library

    The Rittenberg Law Library contains more than 400,000 volumes and volume equivalents. Through its website, patrons can access a wide range of legal and non-legal electronic resources

  • Syracuse - Syracuse University College of Law Library

    The Law Library's mission is to promote and to serve the educational and research needs of the College of Law community and to advance the development of legal scholarship and law librarianship. The Law Library creates, develops and supports appropriate services, resources and facilities; promotes the dissemination of information and the creation of knowledge; and serves as a gateway to information sources beyond the scope of its collections.

  • White Plains - Pace University School of Law Library

    Pace Law Library houses a fine research collection, CD-ROM and microform materials, electronic databases, and Internet resources and research guides.

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