About the Wolf Law Library

The Wolf Law Library, with over 700 seats, offers a superb environment for study, research, and relaxation. We provide access to law and law-related resources and a wide range of services that support the law school's curriculum and programs, promote the advancement of legal scholarship, and fulfill the information needs of library users.

The Law Library has: 

  • Two Reading Rooms, one a collaborative workspace, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a wooded ravine;
  • Six lounge areas;
  • Twelve group study rooms;
  • Two self-checkout stations; 
  • A computer training lab;
  • An interfaith prayer & meditation room; 
  • Table tennis, pool, foosball, and chess tables;
  • Over 500 lockers for students; and
  • Two rooms devoted to the library's Rare Books & Special Collections: the Nicholas J. St. George Rare Book Room, which displays the John Marshall family bible and rotating exhibits, and the George Wythe Room, a recreation of the law library of America's first law professor.

In addition to extensive print collections, the Wolf Law Library also provides access to a wide range of subscription databases and electronic books.