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Guide to the USC Law Library Collection

Introduction

The USC Law Library's collection includes a core collection of United States legal materials, including all reported federal and state court opinions, the federal and many state statutory codes, and the federal and California regulatory codes. The library also has a large collection of law reviews and legal journals published by law schools throughout the United States; major California, federal, and multi-jurisdictional treatises and looseleaf services published in the United States; and a basic collection of foreign and international law materials. The library's collection is designed to support the curricular and research needs of the USC Law School community.