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Most print books relevant to Law can be found in Collegiate Library.
To find details of the exact location and availability of books, both print and electronic, please use Library Search. The title link for Books will take you to the full record with details of all copies. For eBooks, use the Full Text online link.
Some relevant shelfmarks
The catalogue record for each book includes a shelfmark that shows exactly where to find it in the sequence on the shelves. Books are firstly filed in subject number order - lowest numbers first.
The Library aims to have both eBook and print versions of books as we know both formats are important especially when studying away from the University. Unfortunately, publishers do not always offer an eBook in a format suitable for library use, or it is not available at the time we order the print version.
How to find eBooks
How you can use an eBook depends on terms and conditions set by the publisher. In most cases you will be able to choose between reading online and downloading the eBook for a limited period to your own device. When downloaded eBooks expire you can download them again.
Most eBooks can be read by more than one reader at a time but sometimes you may have to wait if another reader is using the book. You can search within individual eBooks, add notes and print or copy a limited number of pages from most eBooks.
If you need further help, please take a look at the Library Help guide: eBooks section or get in contact. You can find a link to the Library Help guide below.
If a resource is not available in the Library, you can request it using Document Supply Services.
The Library has a range of eBook collections. You can search Library Search to find eBooks about many different subjects and that approach may be quicker than searching individual collections. You can also browse or search with the collections directly.