The most popular library materials are located in the Reserve room behind the Circulation Desk, including:
This collection includes material about U.S. legal analysis and writing, law school study, U.S. legal history, and works about "legal English," the sentence construction, words, and phrases used in domestic law practice. The collection also has several law dictionaries that translate U.S. legal terms into Spanish, Chinese, German, French, and other languages.
Located on the first two stacks in the Reserve room.
Located within the Reserve room, it contains the microfiche/microfilm collection along with the microform machines and video/DVD viewing stations. The collection includes the following materials:
Located in the alcove under the stairs on the main floor of the library. Recreational reading: fiction and non-fiction selections.
In addition to carrels and study rooms, the third floor of the library houses the following materials:
The 4th floor is a designated quiet zone with many carrels and study rooms. Materials housed there include:
Take the library elevator down to the basement to access the following materials: