New databases: Introducing i-law and other databases

By | 22 October 2008

By Angela Carritt

We now have a subscription to i-law which includes law reports and journals in the fields of insurance, intellectual property and construction law. Particular gems include the Lloyd’s Law Reports and Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Quarterly (a title which has been on our wish list for a while).

To access i-Law follow links from Oxlip+ or the Law Library’s list of legal databases.   (If you are off campus you will need to log in to Oxlip+ first).  Once connected, in order to see full text and to browse the archive you will need to enter your email address on the left hand side and to click “Continue”.

From the i-Law home page you can either browse by choosing a series of law reports or a “sector”.   Relevant journals, newsletters and law reports are listed under each sector.  Alternatively you can search across all publications, selected publications or individual titles using the “Search” options.

If you have any comments or questions about i-law please do contact us.

Those of you who have been away over the vacation may also like to know that we have taken out subscriptions to the following databases over the summer.  More on these in later posts.

  • Oxford Reports on International Law
  • The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law
  • All South Africa Law Reports
  • Sabinet eJournals (South Africa).
  • China Law Info
  • World Trials (on HeinOnline)
  • Kluwer Competition Law

To access any of these databases please use Oxlip+ or  the Law Library’s list of legal databases. (If you are off campus please use Oxlip+ and be sure to log in).

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