Alexander Campbell King Law Library (University of Georgia)

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As the library for the University of Georgia Law School, the Alexander Campbell King Law Library provides resources and services to support the instructional mission of the School of Law and the scholarly research of the law faculty.

The Alexander Campbell King Law Library at the University of Georgia maintains a collection numbering in excess of 500,000 volumes and volume equivalents. The collections of domestic law, both state and federal, are quite comprehensive. The Law Library is a selective depository for United States government documents; it is one of only 11 U.S. law school depositories for European Union documents; and it also maintains an extensive collection of United Nations documents. The EU and UN documents complement a well-developed collection of foreign and international law designed to support the LLM program, the Rusk Center, the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, and the work of several internationally acclaimed scholars who are members of the law faculty. Three computer labs permit law students to use a variety of networked electronic resources. The Law Library web page provides links to hundreds of web databases of use to legal researchers, and the library also provides computers for use by the general public. The on-line catalog, GAVEL, allows library users and potential users to search Law Library collections from any computer with Internet access.
Parent Institution:
University of Georgia
The University of Georgia School of Law 225 Herty Drive Athens, GA 30602-6012


Name Description
Georgia Historic Books Significant 19th and early 20th century books on the culture, history, biography, and literature of Georgia.
Historic Georgia Codes Collection Georgia codes from 1800 to 1933
Joseph Henry Lumpkin Family Papers Antebellum letters dated 1850-1861 to Callie Lumpkin King, wife of Alabama lawyer and plantation owner Porter King and daughter of Joseph Henry Lumpkin that touch on family life, local and national politics, marriage, and the social life in Athens, Georgia.