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You will find most of the print law books on the second floor of The Sir Michael Cobham Library. We have thousands of law e-books, which you can access both on- and off-campus. Law books date quickly, so make sure you are using the most current edition!
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To find a print book, make a note of the shelf mark including numbers and letters (e.g. 349.42/SLA). Take these details to the library shelves and use the shelf mark to locate the book in the sequence. The shelfmark is visible on a book's spine.
You can find both print and e-books for law by searching the library catalogue. Use the box below, or click the link 'Library Catalogue' on the library area in Brightspace.
|International law (general)||341|
|International criminal law||345|
|International economic law||343.07|
|International environmental law||344.046|
|International human rights law||341.48|
|International humanitarian law||341.67|
|International trade law||343.087|
|Law of the sea||341.45|
|Law of treaties||341.37|
|Settlement of disputes||341.42|