With approximately 2.65 million volumes, the US Law Library’s collection of primary and secondary sources constitutes the largest legal collection in the world. The collection is also the most comprehensive, covering all of the approximately 260 jurisdictions as well as many former nations and colonies. The collection – part of the Library of Congress info structure and complementary to THOMAS – includes 20,200 serial titles, 83,500 reels of microform and 2.268 million pieces of microfiche. On average, the collection grows annually by 50,000 volumes, 1,700 reels of microfilm, 75,000 pieces of microfiche, 50,000 serial pieces and 50,000 official gazettes. The website offers several layers of crucial information regarding the actual material in the Law Library Reading Room (such as an alphabetical list of law reviews and periodicals) but provides also direct access to hundreds of databases, eResources, and external links to a variety of sources related to law, politics and government fields across the world. The entire site features free access, while a professional design and management assures great quality, updated content and easy navigation to any user.