Welcome to the Subject Guide for students and staff in Newcastle Law School
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Library Search is your discovery tool to find and access our print and e-books, journals and e-journals, journal articles, law reports, DVDs, government publications and much more!
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Explore some of our key law journals using BrowZine, a new tool for Newcastle University staff and students:
Cambridge Law Journal
Current Legal Problems
The Law Teacher
Modern Law Review
of Legal Studies
Journal of Legal History
Medical Law Review
European Journal of
Are you interested in reading key titles on law to get an overview of the subject as a whole? Here are some suggestions for you.
We are currently working to catalogue the individual titles within this package so you can search and access them on Library Search. At the moment you can access the package via Kluwer Arbitration.
We have continued to obtain the back volumes of Lloyd's Law Reports and now have from 1919-2015 in stock.
The Law Library Team
We have a number of library staff who support Newcastle Law School and provide specialist support in locating legal materials and government publications, promoting effective legal research and using the OSCOLA citation style.
All members of the team receive and respond to emails
Telephone number 0191 208 7944
Assistant Librarian : Aimee Cook
Senior Library Assistant : Catherine Dale
Senior Liaison Assistant : Julie Quick
Library Assistant : Rebecca Knight
Library Assistant : Claire Leighton
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In your consultancy, we'll discuss your information needs in more detail, and suggest useful resources for you within and beyond the Library. We'll explain how to get the best out of them, and give you a personalised search plan to help you get organised.
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