Your subject librarian
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Contact me if you would like some advice. I can help you to:
Key subject resources
- The Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA), 4th edn - the most recent edition of Oxford University's guide to OSCOLA referencing. For help with OSCOLA referencing, see this online tutorial, adapted from that developed by the University of Cardiff.
- Westlaw - full text UK law reports, legislation and journals, with an emphasis on intellectual property and commercial law titles; other featured areas include insurance, accounting and financial services, banking, construction, employment, property and health and safety.
- Westlaw International Materials - access to EC cases and legislation; US materials covered in depth, with both federal and state reporters. For help accessing this resource, see this quick guide.
- Practical Law - legal know how service with peer reviewed resources.
- Lexis Library - contains CaseSearch citator, plus 66 UK law report series, 39 UK legal journals, UK newspapers, UK Broadsheets, and UK Nationals/Newspapers.
- HeinOnline - fully searchable archive of law journals mostly from the US, with an increasing number of titles from the UK.
- U.K. Parliamentary Papers - formerly House of Commons Parliamentary Papers, provides online access to House of Commons sessional papers from 1715 to 2010, with supplementary material back to 1688.
- Kluwer Arbitration - leading online resource for international arbitration research, containing a wealth of commentary from expert authors and an extensive collection of primary source materials.
- Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL) - fully updated online edition of the Encyclopedia of Public International Law published in print between 1991 and 2001, including scholarly articles on all aspects of Public International Law.
Skills and training
Your subject librarian will provide a programme of lectures and training on library and information skills, in consultation with your department or school.
A number of guides and video tutorials on searching databases will be available soon. In the meantime please contact your subject librarian if you require any help.
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