The library is the intellectual heart of the law school, where students and faculty come together to share in the use of the library's collections and services and engage in legal research and scholarship. The library is home to a large and diverse collection of electronic and print titles with access to thousands more through the library's legal databases and interlibrary loan program. The collection is particularly rich in the areas of trial advocacy, practice materials, historic trials, religion and the law, and North Carolina Jurisprudence. In addition to its impressive physical collection, Campbell Law Library is committed to the digital future of legal research with subscriptions to over 150 legal databases--competitive with any other law school in the state.
Quietly elegant, the library was designed for students. It provides comfortable seating, study carrels, and study rooms equipped with state-of-the-art technology, all of which boast a scenic view of beautiful downtown Raleigh. Additionally, the library is located within easy walking-distance of all the major governmental libraries in the state.
The library’s policies are in place to facilitate its use by making the collection available to all users without unreasonable delay. Most rules are based on common sense and equitable principles and are derived from a commitment to make the library an environment suitable for reading, study, and activities in support of student and faculty research.
The reference staff is available to help students and faculty locate needed materials in the reference collection and elsewhere in the library. In addition, a location guide is provided for convenience and ease in locating frequently used materials. New materials are added to the collection daily, see our recent acquisitions. In addition, a library map is provided for your convenience.