Changes in Yale Law Library collection arrangement

Over the summer we made some changes to the arrangement of our collection. What follows outlines those changes. 

Note:  The location of books can also be ascertained by looking the title up in the MORRIS catalog.

Now in Reading Room 

A – E call numbers (Philosophy, History, etc.)

United States Code, United States Code Annotated, United States Code Service, Statutes at Large, 
USCCAN, Code of Federal Regulations are now in low bookcases near Reference Desk

Moved from Reading Room to L5

United States Reports (additional copies are at Library Shelving Facility)
Supreme Court Reporter
Lawyers’ Edition
United States Supreme Court Digest
Landmark Briefs and Arguments
Federal Reporter
Words and Phrases

Moved from Reading Room to Lower East Side

English Reports
Halsbury’s Laws of England
Halsbury’s Statutes 

Moved from Reading Room to L1

International Court of Justice reports and pleadings

Moved from Reading Room to Library Shelving Facility (move still in progress, ask at Circulation Desk)

Federal digests
ALR (but digests and indexes are in Reference Collection)
Corpus Juris Secundum

Moved from L5 to Library Shelving Facility (move still in progress, ask at Circulation Desk) 

North Eastern Reporter
North Western Reporter
Pacific Reporter
Southern Reporter

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