Pennsylvania Law Schools Libraries

Pennsylvania Law Schools Libraries

  • Carlisle - Dickinson School of Law - Penn State Library

    To date, Penn State University Libraries have more than 5.3 million volumes in the collection.

  • Harrisburg - Widener University School of Law Library

    The Legal Information Center (LIC) is the major law library in the state of Delaware and is recognized as one of the major law libraries in the region. The LIC's staff is committed to offering personalized attention, delivering outstanding service, and providing ongoing education through legal and related library training programs. Widener's Law Library is continually expanding its extensive paper, microform, and electronic holdings at both the Delaware and Harrisburg locations

  • Philadelphia - Drexel University College of Law Library

    We very much appreciate your interest in Drexel University’s newest college, Drexel College of Law. The college will be uniquely Drexel: it will give students a co-op experience as an integral part of the students’ legal education and will offer concentrations in entrepreneurial business, intellectual property and health care. The College also will present new opportunities for synergistic collaborations among the University’s fourteen colleges and schools, including co-sponsored programs and joint degrees.

  • Philadelphia - Temple University Beasley School of Law Library

    With over 500,000 volumes, Temple's Law Library is among the larger law libraries in the country. The collection is particularly strong in 18th and 19th century Anglo-American monographs. The addition of the Rawle Collection (see more under Library Guides) gives Temple Law Library a special character. The library also has a unique collection of African materials.

  • Philadelphia - University of Pennsylvania Law School Library

    The Library houses approximately 840,000 volumes. Two-thirds of the collection consists of American primary materials (cases, statutes, regulations, etc.) and secondary sources such as journals, scholarly monographs, loose-leaf services, and federal legislative histories. One third makes up the Foreign and International Collection. Collections are grouped based on age, format or source of publication. For more details please see Electronic Resources, Special Collections, United States Government Documents, or Multimedia Collection.

  • Pittsburgh - Duquesne University School of Law Library

    As an integral educational component of the Duquesne University School of Law, the primary mission of the Duquesne University School of Law Center for Legal Information (DCLI) is to provide legal information support to the curricular and academic programs of the Law School. The Center provides and facilitates access to legal and law-related information resources to meet the teaching, research and study needs of the law faculty and students comprehensively and in the specialty areas, and in the areas of ethical, moral concerns and professional responsibility of the legal profession.

  • Pittsburgh - University of Pittsburgh School of Law Library

    The Barco Law Library is the geographic and intellectual heart of the law school. Students, faculty, and anyone engaging in legal research can use our extensive collection of law books, journals, microfiche and digital resources for study, teaching, research and scholarship. Skilled law librarians are always available to help with research and offer training in legal information resources. We are dedicated to supporting law school scholarship through excellent library services, comprehensive legal resources and current information technology.

  • Villanova - Villanova University School of Law Library

    The Law Library collects law-related government information, and forwards other resources to Villanova University’s Falvey Library. Our collection includes primary legal materials published by the GPO, including the Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, Statutes at Large, United States Code, United States Reports and U.S. Treaties and Other International Agreements. We also collect congressional hearings and reports, reports and manuals issued by administrative agencies, Department of Justice publications, legal periodicals, and general reference and bibliographic tools.

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