The Nevada Supreme Court Library, with over 130,000 volumes, is one of the largest law libraries in the state. The library's catalog can be accessed online at https://catalog.nvcourts.gov/. You can borrow up to 10 items at a time for two weeks, there will be one automatic renewal allowed for each.
The library serves the Supreme Court, the Legislature, the Office of the Attorney General and other executive branch agencies, as well as the local bar and the general public. You may borrow from the collection using interlibrary loan through your local public or college library.
The library provides up-to-date legal materials in all formats, including print, CD-ROM and online sources. The collection emphasizes primary legal resources (statutes, cases, and regulations of state and federal government) and provides secondary legal materials geared towards the general practitioner. In addition to United States law, the library maintains a collection of English common law materials dating back to the Magna Carta. Other specialties are Indian law and Nevada law. The library subscribes to Westlaw, Lexis (including Shepard's), HeinOnline and Fastcase which can be used at the library.