Vermont Law School has resumed on-campus classes for the fall. Masks are currently required for all community members. For information on campus access, health and safety protocols, and testing requirements please visit vermontlaw.edu/covid19.
The Julien and Virginia Cornell Library at Vermont Law is a rich resource center for students and faculty. Overlooking the White River, the 35,000-square-foot library houses our collections and provides a variety of study spaces across four floors, including a highly specialized environmental law collection and the Environmental Reading Room. We are also fortunate to have a group of knowledgeable, service-oriented, and friendly staff at the Cornell Library.
The library’s collection is searchable via JULIEN, the online library catalog. In addition, students, faculty and staff have access to the following:
More than 300,000 titles in collection including 242,000 e-books;
Lexis Advance, Westlaw and Bloomberg Law;
More than 70 specialized research databases such as Greenwire, ChinaLawInfo & JSTOR
In addition to traditional library services such as reference help and Interlibrary Loan, the library also offers a variety of services, including one-on-one research consultation; group study rooms for collaborative learning; stand-up desks; happy lights; and final exam support including candy bowls and therapy dogs.
Librarians teach Introduction to Legal Research to incoming students. Students interested in further developing their research skills can enroll in specialized Advanced Legal Research courses.
Librarians also serve as faculty liaison, offering research sessions in classrooms, library service assistance, and more.
This library is also a congressionally designated depository for U.S. Government documents. Public access to the government documents collection, including the FDLP Basic Collection, is guaranteed by public law (Title 44 United States Code).
On behalf of all of us in the Cornell Library, we look forward to welcoming you!