|About the Collection
Print Resources: The Law Library contains over 400,000 volumes and volume equivalents, including the complete National Reporter System, all cases prior to the reporter system, print codes or statutes for select state jurisdictions, and an extensive collection of federal materials. The Law Library also holds many international and foreign law titles, significant materials for research in public policy and law, and an excellent collection of law journal and law review material. Other research materials include topical treatises, loose-leaf services, and other secondary resources of interest to the academic community, the practicing bar, and the community at large.
Virginia and North Carolina Materials: Our Virginia and North Carolina holdings have been developed with the needs of the local bar in mind. Virginia materials include both the Code of Virginia and West’s Annotated Code of Virginia, official reporters, the Virginia and West VirginiaDigest, Shepard’s Virginia Citations, Michie’s Jurisprudence, the Virginia Administrative Code, session laws, local ordinances, and more. Extensive practice materials are also available, including form books, pattern jury instructions, treatises, and a complete set of CLE materials.
North Carolina materials include the General Statutes, the North Carolina Digest, Strong’s North Carolina Index, the North Carolina Administrative Code, and a variety of practice materials.
Electronic Resources: Electronic resources of interest to Virginia and North Carolina practitioners and paralegals are available via the Law Library database page to users who are physically present on our campus. Please note, our license agreements preclude access to Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg Law by users other than students and faculty of the School of Law.
To determine the availabilty of a particular resource, please consult the Online Catalog.