Lillian Goldman Law Library

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Lillian Goldman Law Library
Yale Law Library Reading Room vertical.JPG
Reading Room of Lillian Goldman Law Library
Country United States
Type Academic library
Location New Haven, Connecticut
Size 800,000 volumes

The Lillian Goldman 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.

It is also well known as the place where Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham met for the first time.[1]

View of Reading Room from above


  1. ^ Clinton, Hillary. "Excerpt: 'Living History'". ABC News. Retrieved 28 April 2014. 

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Coordinates: 41°18′42″N 72°55′41″W / 41.3116°N 72.9281°W / 41.3116; -72.9281