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The Social Law Library was founded in 1803 as a non-profit legal research library to be managed by its Proprietors and used by its members and the Courts. Today, entering its 3rd century, the Library is one of the largest and most respected legal research institutions in the country. Our collection is comprised of over 500,000 volumes as well as CDs, on-line databases and interactive videos. The Library has developed a collection that is current, comprehensive and responsive to patron needs. The principal funding for the Library is derived from annual Membership dues.

With membership you get unlimited online access to the Substantive Law Library searchable databases, including, Code of Massachusetts Regulations, Massachusetts General Laws, Appeals Court Decisions, 1:28 Decisions, Business Litigation Session, select Superior Court Decisions, Supreme Judicial Court Decisions, Massachusetts Rules of Court, Massachusetts State Constitution, U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and more. PLUS, you now get FastCase free with your membership...a comprehensive online national law library (a $995 value) that includes all 50 State and Federal Appellate Courts, Federal District, Bankruptcy and Tax Courts, with links to State and Federal Statutes and Codes. The legal periodical database HeinOnline is also available remotely to all members at firms with fewer than 50 attorneys.


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