On the top floor of the Adminstrative building the Library is housed as a temporary measure and will be shifted to an independent customised building under construction soon after its completion. National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam Library is a gateway to quality education and research in the field of law, social sciences and humanities. The University library has a collection of more than twelve thousand titles in the field of law, social sciences and humanities. Over the years, the library has procured various Law Journals, both print and electronic.

Back Ground:
The NLUJAA Library endeavors to facilitate the legal society by providing right information to right users at the right time. It is on a rapid path of growth and development since its inception in 2009, with the establishment of the National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam. The library has undergone an expeditious growth in terms of its resources, staffs and infrastructures as time progressed. 

Library Values
  Knowledge creation and knowledge dissemination
  Meet the needs of the users and reach them
  Excellence and impact of the services

NLUJAA Library Collection 

NLUJAA Library holds a collection of more that nine thousand books on law, social science and allied subjects .It has a notably rich collection of reference sources, bare acts, reports, cases and back volumes like Indian Appeal, Moore's Indian appeal, Law Commission Report, All India Reporter(AIR), Banking Cases, Consumer Protection Judgement (CPJ), Consumer Protection Trade Practices Journal(CTJ), Crimes, Consumer Protection Reporter(CPR), Service Law Reporter(SLR), Supreme Court Cases(SCC), Criminal Law Journal, Halsbury’s Law of India, Constitutional Assembly Debates  etc. To keep students abreast of current happenings the library maintains its blog. It is the member of ISIL, Delnet, INFLIBNET and subscribes six online databases namely: 

  SCC Online and

Library has E-book collection of Elger Online and CD-ROM collection of:

  AIR supreme court database (1950-2011)
  AIR High Court database (1950-2011)

The library is also in the process of setting up the Institutional repository. It has already collected nearly 80 LL.M. Dissertations at present. The library, as a part of the ongoing process of digitization, uses the Bookeye 4 scanner.

NLUJAA OPAC is a platform to search and locate the information on available resources in the library remotely.