The Westminster Law Library contains a varied collection that supports the curriculum and research needs of the law school community as well as the practical research needs of local attorneys. The library collection is a blend of print, electronic, audio-visual and microform materials needed to access law, law-related, and non-legal information.
Colorado materials include statutes, cases, regulations and a variety of state practice materials including jury instructions, court rules and formbooks.
Environmental and Natural Resources Collection
The law library collection supports a variety of environmental and natural resources law activities, including JD / LLM classes, the Earthjustice clinic and internship program.
Government Documents Collection
The library has been a selective federal depository since 1978, which entitles us to free U.S. government documents selected to sustain the law school and community’s legal research needs.
International materials in the law library cover both public and private international law with an emphasis on material in the English language.
Searchable access to all of the Colorado Legislative Council Research Publications as well as photos, books, alumni magazines, oral histories, videos, and written memories chronicling the history of the college, the Howard Jenkins Jr. exhibit, and the full-text of research papers published by our faculty members, with access through the Social Science Research Network.
Microform materials include U.S. congressional reports and hearings, U.S. Supreme Court records and briefs, United Nations publications, state session laws, and a variety of legal journals and newspapers.
The tax collection includes primary and secondary resources covering United States federal and state tax laws. Topical areas of coverage include corporate, nonprofit and individual taxation.
Bring a Book, Take a Book
A fiction reading collection available for students, faculty, and staff. This collection is located on the 2nd floor low shelf near the printers. Bring in a book or two from home and grab a book or two to read for fun. Reading for pleasure not only gives you a break from studying law but can also help you to improve your vocabulary and reading comprehension.