South Carolina Law Schools Libraries


South Carolina Law Schools Libraries

  • Charleston - Charleston School of Law Library

    The overriding goal of the Charleston School of Law is: - To teach students of high moral character and unquestioned personal integrity through a careful and refined study program; - To teach the practice of law as a profession, having as its chief aim providing public service; - To teach the law as a means of providing relief for those who suffer because they are helpless, weak, outnumbered, or because they are victims of prejudice; - To teach the law as a means of alleviating human misery and human suffering; - To teach the law as a means of making possible the continued processes of manufacture and commerce that bring realization to the twin goals of prosperity and peace in the world; - To institute and coordinate legal outreach programs to the South Carolina and American Bars, local, state, and federal governments, as well as to the general population; and - To encourage and foster legal reforms

  • Columbia - University of South Carolina School of Law Library

    This library of over 500,000 volumes is the largest law library in South Carolina and one of the larger in the southeast. The Law Library's collections encompass American law, the legal history of South Carolina, international and comparative law. The Coleman Karesh Law Library is an academic, research library with the primary goal of supporting the work of the faculty and students of the School of Law and the University. However, the Law Library also actively serves the University community, the government, bar and citizens of this state.

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