Starting your studies in Law?  We have many wonderful resources but none so important as Westlaw UK and Lexis Library.  For these we have the support of specially trained student resource representatives, who hold clinics each week and support certification.  Once you graduate, you are unlikely ever to have …

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In response to the refugee humanitarian crisis in Europe, Oxford University Press has made more than 30 book chapters, journal articles, and pieces of content from online resources freely accessible to assist those helping refugees on the ground, as well …

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Do you use Lexis Library? The drop-in help sessions help sessions are not running next week. Instead there will be demonstration sessions to help you prepare for you coursework assignments in Library seminar room 1 every day: Monday 11:00-11:50 Tuesday …

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Our premium news service, Nexis UK, covering worldwide newspaper and other media from 1980s to the present is getting better.  An upgrade tomorrow will see a new streamlined search and discovery interface, and more powerful export options for your search …

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Have you tried Scopus?  New to the Library, Scopus is now our largest single database of scientific academic journal articles, books and conference proceedings. Like the Discovery Service, Scopus combines a normal database with a citation indexing service, so you can both carry …

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Our two law database experts are using the office in Area 1A to deliver their one-to-one clinics.  Details are available on the Library website.  Look for the poster outside.  These are advertised on the library website.  Look for the poster outside the door …

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