Making of the Modern World (MOMW) (External – SSO) Digital facsimile images of 61,000 works Literature on economics and economics, published from 1450 to 1850. Useful for legal history topics with commercial, financial, social, political or commercial dimensions. The Law Library subscribes to all major legal databases needed to support legal research, teaching and learning. Most of the resources on these pages are only available to Oxford University staff and students. A complete list of legal databases can be found by title and all databases available in Oxford can be found in databases A – Z. You can also read our guides to legal databases. Index to Common Law Festschriften Festschrift is the term for a published collection of legal essays written by several authors to honor a respected jurist or to mark an important legal event. This is the first index of contributions to the Common Law Festschriften. Current Legal Research Subject Database (CLRT) List of topics currently sought for graduate degrees in the UK. A subscribed library in HeinOnline. Gift of the bequest of Mr. Kazimierz Michalski. Integrum (External – SSO) Russian press, financial and legal information.
Access: Once logged in, select the English interface and click on « Enter (no registration) ». Click on « Artifact » to access Integrum`s most important databases and legal information. Click here to view the user manual. Oxford University e-Journals (external – SSO) Full-text online journals available to members of the University of Oxford. Access: Subscription sources require an Oxford SSO for remote access, unless you have a VPN installed on your computer Oxford University Press E-books (external – SSO) The Bodleian Law Library subscribes to various OUP collections of e-books for law. Search for individual titles on SOLO, and eBooks will be indicated by a green « View Online » option. The library has access to all books from the following OUP law collections: Oxford Legal Research Library (OLRL) and Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law (OSAIL). Legal books are also made available to our readers through more general platforms such as Oxford Scholarship Online (OSO), Oxford Research Library (ORL) and Oxford Research Encyclopedias. Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO) (external – SSO) Theory and research in international affairs. A guide to this resource is available.
Cardiff Index to Legal search tool Abbreviations for legal abbreviations. e-Journals (External – SSO) Oxford University e-Journals lists full-text online journals that are only available to members of the University of Oxford. Eagle-i Specialist web portal for open online legal resources, managed by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London. Law Review Commons website is an open web-based legal portal, bringing together a growing collection of law journals and law journals in an easily searchable and searchable format. It contains both current issues and archival content spanning more than 100 years from nearly 150 North American law school law journals. The Oxford Legal Research Library (OLRL) is a comprehensive and authoritative online service that provides integrated access to four collections of important legal titles in a wide range of fields, bringing legal researchers, practitioners and academics closer to the perfect search solution. International Commercial Arbitration, International Commercial Law, Private International Law, and Financial and Banking Law are revolutionary online resources that accelerate research and provide easy access to authoritative content that is essential for anyone currently working or studying in these areas of law. OLRL provides a range of practice collections for Oxford`s growing range of online services for legal practitioners. Each collection provides integrated access to the main books and reference materials supported by the Oxford Law Citator for linking and further research. New books, reprints and additions are added to each collection as they are published to ensure that the OLLG provides comprehensive, authoritative and up-to-date reports and analyses on law, practice and procedure. Informit Indigenous Collection (external – SSO) Covers a range of topics, not just legal. The focus is on material from and the Asia-Pacific region.
The full-text collection contains journals, books, conference proceedings and reports. Practical Law (formerly PLC) covers 28 areas of law in the UK and offers a range of resources including current outreach, practical advice, market analysis and full-text access to PLC Magazine from 1990. Access: SSO. If you are already registered with Westlaw UK, you can switch to practical right by clicking on the `Thomson Reuters Westlaw` drop-down menu in the top left corner and selecting `Practical right` from the drop-down menu.