United States Law Collection
The library has a substantial collection of United States primary and secondary legal resources. These resources include the United States Code, United States Statutes at Large, United States Code Congressional and Administrative News (U.S.C.C.A.N.), Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.), federal reporters and digests, national legal encyclopedias, general form books, state statutes and administrative codes, official state reporters, and Shepard's citators.
New York Collection
The library has a substantial collection of New York legal materials. These include the official case reports, New York Supplement 2d, session laws, statutory codes (McKinney's and CLS), New York's Administrative Code, the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations (N.Y.C.R.R.) and the New York Case digests. Additionally, the library has numerous New York-specific secondary sources such as legal encyclopedias, subject treatises, practice guides, and form books.
The library holds a large number of Congressional materials including print and electronic versions of the Congressional Record, U.S. Congress House and Senate documents and reports, CCH's Congressional Index, and the Congressional Quarterly. The collection includes both current and historical materials.
Treatise and Looseleaf Services Collection
The library has a significant number of monographic and multi-volume legal treatises and looseleaf services in American law as well as non-law related topics.
The library collects most American legal periodicals. The newest issues are located in our Reserve Reading Room.