The Robert A. and Vivian Young Law Library collection contains roughly two hundred thousand volumes, including cases, statutes, digests, law reviews, and treatises, and provides access to legal materials from every American and many foreign jurisdictions.
The Young Law Library is a depository for federal documents, and it is Arkansas’ only United Nations documents depository library. The Law Library is responsive to the changing needs of students and faculty of the School of Law and strives to collect materials to support their curriculum and research requirements. Our growing collections of Native American law and agricultural law materials are excellent examples.
Students research legal problems using both print and electronic resources. Our computer lab is available for faculty classes and student research. Wireless network access is available to all students, faculty, and staff within the law school. Reference librarians, reference assistants, and our computer services team are also available during library hours to answer any questions.
While primarily designed for the use of law school students and faculty, the Young Law Library also serves the research needs of the Arkansas bench and bar as well as the university community and the public. The Young Law Library provides an attractive and comfortable atmosphere for study and research, including Arsaga’s Espresso Cafe, which serves drinks, pastries, and sandwiches.
In addition, the main campus library, Mullins Library, is located near the Young Law Library and provides access to a variety of paper and electronic materials that support a wide variety of research.
For more information about the Young Law Library, visit the library's website.