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This guide includes information about the collection at Pace Law Library, including our collection development policy and policies for environmental material, government documents, intercampus and interlibrary loan, and weeding.

Mission Statement

“The Law Library of the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University is a gateway to information. As an essential component of legal education, the Library collects and organizes information to support the curriculum and programs of the Elisabeth Haub School of Law, makes effective use of all available resources to promote student and faculty scholarship, and teaches Elisabeth Haub School of Law students, faculty, and staff how to retrieve, evaluate, and manage information in an efficient, professional, and ethical manner.”

The Law Library’s Collection Development Policy reflects the Library’s primary mission, which is to support the educational and research programs of the Law School. To accomplish this, the Law Library is committed to providing all relevant resources, services, and facilities to the extent that funding permits.