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Law: Books

Quick online guidance on print and electronic law books

The main law print book collection is available in the Lasok Law Library in the Forum Library.  You will also find some older materials in the Old Law Editions section of the Old Library.

The print book collection in the Law library is organised by shelf number according to Moys classification, so that  books on the same subject are grouped together to aid wayfinding and browsing. For example, Criminal Law and Procedure books are found in classmarks KM 500-615 in the Moys system, as illustrated by this screenshot of various criminal law textbooks.

 

The main collections in the Forum Library use a different classification system called Dewey classification in order to group like materials in the same way.  You may well use books from other sections of the library as some of your research will encompass other subject disciplines such as criminology, politics, sociology, business etc. For example, these books are not found within the Law library, but in the main Forum Library Collection. Compare with the Law Library books above and note the different location and classmark details.

 

 

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