The John F. Kennedy University Law Library houses a collection of over 24,000 volumes and more than 50 periodical titles.
Primarily supporting students, alumni and faculty of the College of Law, the library is also available for a fee to the public.In addition to titles required by the California State Bar for accreditation, the library's collection includes practical resources for law clerking and the practice of law. These include California and federal form books, procedure guides and specialty materials in such areas as bankruptcy, criminal, employment, environmental, family, immigration, property, and tax law.
100 Ellinwood Way
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
The Law Library is free to JFK University students and alumni. Others pay $5/day, $45/quarter (90 days) or $150/year for library use. Inquire about privileges for donor firms or individuals who donate more than $350.
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