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Center for Research Libraries: CRL and the LLMC

The Center for Research Libraries is an international consortium of university, college, and independent research libraries.

What is the CRL - LLMC Partnership?

CRL and the Law Library Microform Consortium (LLMC) have a Global Resources partnership to identify, preserve, and provide digital access to important at-risk primary legal and government publications from U.S. and other national jurisdictions.  To date, CRL and LLMC have  scanned over 12,000 volumes (over nine million pages) of historical legal publications from CRL and sponsored collections. CRL's Global Resources Law Partnership makes these, along with the 51-million page full-text database, LLMC-Digital, available to all CRL members. 

How do I Access Material from the LLMC?

The LLMC-Digital link provides the following access points to their digitized collections: Search the Catalog, Browse Collections, or Search by Citation.

Use this link to access LLMC-Digital through USD's CRL membership.

When using this complex resource, it is helpful to consider the strengths and weaknesses of the interface.  CRL provides a member review of LLMC-Digital to help users understand the contents available and what to expect from the interface.

What if I Need Help with LLMC-Digital?

Need help using LLMC-Digital or its resources?  Contact your Copley Library subject specialist.

CRL will also provide consultation to users for CRL and related resources.  Contact Mary Wilke, CRL's Member Liaison and Outreach Services Director.