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Every accredited American law school is required by the American Bar Association to have a law library meeting certain minimum specifications with respect to quantity and quality of materials available. Some law school libraries are kept in the same building as the general library, but many are either in the law school's building, or in a separate facility altogether. Most court buildings also have a law library; the United States Supreme Court features one of the most extensive in the world, rivaled by the Law Library of Congress. Some of the larger law firms and corporate law departments maintain a private library for their own attorneys, but many firms in larger cities simply dispatch their attorneys to local law schools to do... more
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