The College of Law Library opened alongside the College of Law in the fall of 1966 with a collection of 13,000 volumes. The college was located in Longmire Hall and included offices, the law library, and a shared auditorium.
Construction began on a new classroom building for the College of Law and was completed in 1971. In 1982 construction began on the new 3-story law library building. Construction of the library building was completed in 1983 and the renovation of B.K. Roberts was completed in 1984. The buildings are connected via passageways. A 3-day dedication ceremony for the new library took place in January of 1985. By 1986, the library had 225,000 volumes.
The Law Library functions under the discretion of the College of Law. 14 staff and librarians are available to help researchers. It provides students with access to a variety of digital law journals. It also maintains a career collection with materials related to job search strategies, writing resumes, and starting a law practice. The Law Library also has individual and group study spaces.