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The Gould Law Library

This guide gives an overview of the materials in the Gould Law Library.


Welcome to the Gould Law Library

Touro Law School's 40,000 square-foot library is the best place for quiet study and legal research. The library contains 16 study rooms and numerous carrels and tables wired for laptop use. The library subscribes to many online research databases on legal and general topics. The databases are available for use in the library or by remote access. The library's Judaica Room contains a research collection in Hebrew and English that provides valuable materials focusing on Jewish Law. The collection supports the work of the Jewish Law Institute, courses in Jewish Law, and the research needs of religious and legal scholars. 

Have a Question? Need Help?

Chat with a Touro Law librarian and get the guidance, advice, and help you need to get your research off on the right foot.

  • Chat is available only during regular reference hours. Please check our hours here.

Email us whenever you like and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

  • If you're researching after hours, please e-mail your questions to

Call or text us during our regular hours.

  • Call us at 631-761-7160
  • Text us at 631-880-4004

In Person Students can speak with a librarian in person at the Gould Law Library

  • In person reference hours can be found here.

Make an appointment, whether it's a quick question or a consultation, we are here to help. Email to set up an appointment with one of our law librarians.

ZOOM reference is available upon request.

No matter how you get in touch with us, we’re your lifeline – we're here to support you in your studies, your research, and your preparation to practice law.

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Mission Statement

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Gould Law library is to support students and faculty in advancing their knowledge of the law in concurrence with the school’s curriculum, to promote and assist in the research and scholarship needs of the school community, and to provide an inviting atmosphere for learning, studying, and scholarly discussion.