The Law Library’s microform collection consists of more than a million microform pieces including microfilm, microfiche, and microcards. Housed on the ground floor, the collection is an impressive accumulation of contemporary and historical treatises, government documents (U.S. and International), personal papers, court briefs, periodicals, and much more. Microform readers and printers, also located on the ground floor, give patrons the ability to read the material as well as print the images to paper.
View the complete Microforms Finding List. Among the highlights of the collection are:
- The complete American Bar Association Archives
- The complete GATT/WTO Archives
- Major Studies and Issue Briefs of the Congressional Research Service (1916- )
- Martindale-Hubbell Directory/Digest (1868-1999)
- The complete National Reporter System, 1st Series.
- Nineteenth Century Legal Treaties Collection
- The Papers of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Louis D. Brandeis, and Karl Llwewllyn
- Records and Briefs of the United States Supreme Court (1832- ), the United States Court of Appeals for the 2nd (1984-2001), 7th (1990- ), 9th (1985-1995/96), and District of Columbia (1983-1992) circuits.
- State Attorney General Reports and Opinions
- State Session Laws Collection
- Superseded State Code Collection
- United States Serial Set (1789-1969)
- United States Treaties and Other International Agreements
- United Nations Documents and Publications
- Unpublished U.S. House (1833- ) and Senate (1823- ) Committee Hearings