This volume, the second one dealing with the library of Augsburg's town clerk and humanist Konrad Peutinger (1465-1547), continues the reconstruction of what is probably the largest scholarly library of its time north of the Alps. The volume details the section of his library specifically related to the law. It corresponds in its conception to the form and arrangement of the first volume. The reconstruction is based on the two catalogues written by Peutinger himself. The volume not only catalogues and describes those printed books and manuscripts, which are still available; it also reconstructs the works in his collection that have been lost. The books inventoried here were used by Peutinger for his various everyday duties as a jurist and political adviser. By making his reconstructed library accessible to scholars, this volume enables a systematic study of Peutinger's legal activities.