University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law Law Library

Law Library Information: Collection

The Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library plays a vital role in fulfilling the College's dual mission of teaching and research with a collection of over 425,000 volumes and access to a host of legal and law-related online databases.

Subject collections include the Foreign and International collection with a Mexican and Latin American emphasis, a Commonwealth collection, Government Documents (the Law Library has been a selective depository since 1991), and an Arizona collection. The Law Library also holds extensive water law, Native American and indigenous peoples law collections.

Special Collections contains historical treatises, many one-of-a-kind items, Colorado river documents, as well as books authored by current and former Rogers College of Law faculty. The Law Library also has a microform collection of Supreme Court records and briefs.