Rinn Law Library
The DePaul University College of Law Library contains over 412,000 volumes; including 8,700 microform titles,11,000 serial subscriptions, and 35,000 electronic titles. Its special subject strengths include tax, health law, human rights, and constitutional law. The collection consists principally of Anglo-American law, including the law of the United States, its states and territories, Canada, and Great Britain. Publications of international governmental organizations, as well as the law of European, Asian, African, Latin American and other countries, are acquired selectively.
The Law Library has an outstanding collection of legal journals and periodicals from all the American Bar Association accredited United States law schools, as well as selected British, Canadian, and Australian journals, and English-language journals from other countries. This collection includes both general law reviews and subject-oriented journals.
Annotated state statutes, state or regional digests, state reports (including both those currently published and those predating the National Reporter System), and all regional reporters, are available in the law library. There are multiple copies of all United States Supreme Court cases and the United States Code, both official and unofficial versions
The Law Library's collection is housed on three floors:
Includes; subject treatises, microforms, foreign law, international law, health law, and state materials.
Includes; reference, reserve and federal materials, including hearings of 30 selected Congressional committees.
Includes law reviews, and comparative law sources, and the law of Canada and Great Britain.