NYU Law Library
Since its founding in 1835, NYU School of Law has built a reputation built on its outstanding legal scholarship and lawyer training. To support its students and faculty in its position of global academic excellence and influence, the NYU School of Law Library is dedicated to acquiring and preserving a comprehensive collection of resources in all formats, providing the most highly competent assistance to use information resources and maintaining a welcoming, comfortable facility that incorporates innovative use of technology.
NYU School of Law Library users have access to Julius, an online catalog for searching the library's collections and resources. NYU Law students and faculty also have access to ILLiad, a Interlibrary Loan service.
The Golding Media Center is located at the south end of the sub-basement level under Sullivan Street. It houses microforms (microfilm and microfiche), audio cassettes and video cassettes.
The Faculty Fortunoff Library contains a core collection of primary and secondary sources. To find out more about the services available to School of Law students and staff, contact the School of Law Library or visit their website.
The Law Library's collections have historically been regarded as among the deepest research collections not only in the country but also in the world, and the Library is committed to staying at the forefront of changing of technology and the ways in which people conduct research evolve.