Tour the Harvard Law School Library

The Harvard Law School Library connects the Harvard community to its vast collections, including the law of every jurisdiction in the world. Over the past 200 years, Harvard Law School has built a collection of primary and secondary law unsurpassed by any other academic law library in the world. Today, the library, a centerpiece of the law school campus, houses more than 2 million items. Take a tour of HLS’ library—including the Reading Room, the Elihu Root Room and the Caspersen Room (formerly the Treasure Room)—and find out how you can access its digital collections from anywhere in the world at https://hls.harvard.edu/library/digital-collections/ .

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