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The library was established in 1973 and is affiliated with the Educational Affairs Section. In 1983, the new library building opened for use. The new building could accommodate more collection, providing users with a diverse array of law resources and more professional, efficient services.
Currently library holds around 63,701 books featuring on law. The staff here are professional and they endeavor to fulfill the teaching, learning and research needs of students and staff at the Ministry of Justice and Judicial Yuan.
The library collection maintains open stacks in most areas. Although books, DVD can be borrowed, other items such as journals, newspapers, reference collection materials, special collections are for library use only. The library delivers free e-mail alerts to its users when their borrowed items are due for return. Users may reserve items that are currently on loan and they will be informed by e-mail when the item is ready for pickup.
- Book collection: around 63,701 books (as of Apr. 7, 2020), including publications and audiovisual materials in Chinese, English, Japanese, German, French, and those from China.
- Magazines, journals, school journals, gazettes: a variety of around 411 publications.
- Microfilms: 254 rolls of archived law reviews from Harvard University, Yale University, Columbia University, University of California and Stanford University.
- Compilations of judgments: compiled judgments by the Supreme Court, the High Court and the Intellectual Property Court in Taiwan; compiled judgments of civil and criminal cases by the High Court in the Republic of Korea and classic Korean civil judgments.
- Online databases: LexisNexis (USA), China Legal Knowledge Database, Law and Regulations Retrieving System (Judicial Yuan, ROC), LawBank, Airiti Library, SocINDEX with Full Text(EBSCOhost) and so forth.
- CD-Rom databases: 16 law databases in Japanese and German.
- Special Collections: 3,014 books donated by Xuan-Guan Zhou, Feng-Xiang Gu and Ho-Xiong Wang; 373 volumes of original copies of judgments from the Japanese Colonial Period.
- Publication: Judicial Aspiration
- Borrowers can also drop their books in the return box located at the entrance of the library when the library is closed. Please note that the actual return date will be the next day after dropping the books.
- Library is closed during national holidays and weekends.
No. 81,Section 3, Xinhai Road, Taipei City, Taiwan, R.O.C.