The Lillian Goldman Law Library in Memory of Sol Goldman, commonly known as the Yale Law Library, is the law library of Yale Law School. It is located in the Sterling Law Building and has almost 800,000 volumes of print materials and about 10,000 active serial titles, in which there are 200,000 volumes of foreign and international law materials.
The library is contained within five stories on the eastern wing of the Sterling Law Building, completed in 1931. The library's main reading room, named for the Class of 1964, is located on the library's third story. It is modeled after the King's College Chapel at the University of Cambridge.
In addition to the library's main body, two annex levels of bookstacks are contained below Beinecke Plaza, and infrequently used items are contained in the Yale University Library Shelving Facility in Hamden, Connecticut.