The Lex Populi Collection explores depictions of the law in both writing and film. The printed materials feature attorney or judge authors, a legal plotline, or attorneys and judges as the main characters. The films similarly feature legal themes with a particular focus on lawyers, judges, or trials. This collection was established with two gifts: one from the College of Law Class of 2006 and another from the family of Christopher Rossi, a College of Law alum and adjunct faculty member. Additional gifts are solicited for the collection and the purchase of materials is selective.

The Lex Populi Collection is located on the 1st Floor. You can search for items from the collection in the InfoHawk+ catalog.