A law library was a collection of law books and legal documents.

In 2152, Kolos lamented that he spent too much time in the law library and not enough on the battlefield. (ENT: "Judgment")

Furthermore, Samuel T. Cogley owned thousands of books on law, organized by his own system, which he lovingly described as "my library".

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