Lawlinks

 

 

Finding stuff

Every law student needs to be able to lay their hands on different types of relevant materials quickly and easily. Lawlinks is without doubt the best place to start all of your legal research.

Books and journal articles

The reading list system will show you key resources for each of your modules and where they are located in the library. A link to the reading list will be displayed in Moodle also.

LibrarySearch is a great place to start for looking for individual items and will show you what we have and where it is and covers books (including e-books), journals, DVDs etc.

To find law journals please see the Lawlinks guide to the best way to start looking for journal articles.

Cases

Please see this Lawlinks guide to the best way to start looking for cases or try the how to find cases flowchart (pdf).

Legislation

Please see this Lawlinks guide to the best way to start looking for legislation.

British Official publications

If you need help getting started with British official publications please try our Library guide: British official publications (pdf).

How do I know if the information I have found is ok to use in my work?

To help you understand how reliable the information you are using is please try the evaluating information tutorial or the evaluating information flowchart (for web pages).

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Last Updated: 01/03/2019