The Nevada Supreme Court Law Library provides up-to-date legal materials in all formats including digital and print. 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, Nevada and Indian law, the library maintains a collection of English common law materials dating back to the Magna Carta. The library subscribes to Westlaw, Lexis (including Shepard's), HeinOnline, PLI Plus, and Index to Legal Periodicals & Books. These electronic services may be used free in the Law Library on the public access computers.
With more than 130,000 volumes, the Law Library is one of the the largest public law library in Nevada. The Supreme Court of Nevada Law Library offers a number of services for the legal professional such as help with legislative histories and recommendations of sources for research. The Law Library maintains a collection of superseded Nevada Revised Statutes and the Nevada Administrative Code and will scan and email sections upon request.
The Law Library sponsors classes presented by representatives from West and other companies. The classes often qualify for CLE credit.
The library’s online catalog is at https://catalog.nvcourts.gov/.
The Law Library is open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except for holidays (NRS 2.420).
The Law Library website provides many resources links including links to: