Check the Library website for the most up-to-date information, including opening hours and the support available. You can also search for books and journal article:
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The Law Library, located on the 3rd floor of the University Library, consists of textbooks, law reports, encyclopedias and journals.
Textbooks on specific areas of law can be found at the following shelfmark:
|340.07 Legal Skills||346.015 Family Law|
|341 International Law||346.02 Contract Law|
|341.2422 European Union Law||346.03 Tort Law|
|342 Constitutional Law||346.059 Equity Law|
|344.01 Employment Law||347.06 Evidence|
|345 Criminal Law|
The law reports, journals and encyclopedias are arranged in alphabetical order of title, follow on from the textbooks and are for reference only.
In addition to the print sources there are a number of legal databases providing electronic access to a large collection of law reports, journals, encyclopedias and textbooks.
If you are struggling to locate a source, please email me with the details and I will check to see if we have full text access.
The following Law Reports can be found in the Law Library:
Please return reports, journals and encyclopedias to their correct place on the shelf when you have finished with them so that other students are able to access them.