Lawlinks is maintained at the University of Kent to help students and others find their way around legal resources on the internet.
The Signposts are to freely available websites that we recommend as good starting points for legal research. We recommend browsing any of these sites individually to see what is there, but if you are in a hurry, use the search box to search all the sites in the group.
Electronic Law Library
The Electronic Law Library has links through to subscription datasets which are only available to registered members of the University of Kent. You are welcome to look and see what we make available. If you are a Kent student, always use these links to access these datasets.
Researching the law
Researching the law and FAQs are electronic versions of quick guides to use as aide memoires to brush up research skills or get you started in an unfamiliar area. They are designed for University of Kent students so may refer to subscription datasets.
Kent Law School Skills Hub
The KLS Skills Hub is a physical and online space for law students designed to support all aspects of legal education. The web pages represent a growing repository of guides for the study of law and contain advice on reading, coping, understanding, approaching assessments, acting on feedback and a good deal more.