Category Archives: Classes and training

Attention all DPhil writers

Please consider attending the following session: WISER: Your thesis, copyright and ORA (Monday 21 November 9.30 – 10.30am and repeated Friday 25 November 12.30 – 13.30pm) – Oxford DPhil students are required to deposit a copy of their thesis in ORA (Oxford University Research Archive).  This session will focus on copyright and other issues that… Read More »

The Oxford Standard for Citation Of Legal Authorities latest edition

The editors, Sandra Meredith and Donal Nolan, have made this announcement: “The fourth edition of OSCOLA is now available at The fourth edition provides more detailed coverage of domestic legal sources; in particular, the treatment of Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish sources has been considerably expanded. Other changes include a new section on bibliographies, expanded coverage of legal… Read More »

New JustCite launched

  If you have never heard of JustCite, it is a legal search engine that cross references cases, legislation and articles covering all major law series in the UK.  JustCite links to all major legal databases including Westlaw, Lexis Library, Justis, Casesearch and Bailii.  This means that with one search you can find the case/legislation/article… Read More »

Welcome and welcome back

The staff of the LawBod are looking forward to meeting new faces, and continuing to do our best to support the studies of both freshers and old hands! New for everyone! The photocopying, scanning and printing system throughout the Bodleian Libraries has changed: EMOS is now PCAS.  You set up a PCAS account online, and… Read More »

International Criminal Court revitalized

31 May – 11 June 2010 are the dates for the Review Conference, when state signatories and stake holders (such as NGOs)  can take stock of the years since the Rome Statute, and, where considered necessary, decide on amendments to the treaty. The Conference website is waiting to spring into action, although proposals for amendments… Read More »