Category Archives: Comparative law

Cambridge University Press law e-books

The Law Bod has taken out a trial subscription to all the law titles available via CUP’s University Publishing Online. This means holders of an Oxford Single Sign On have full-text access to all law titles until 13 July 2015. At that date we shall assess how useful the package has proved to be, before… Read More »


The Bodleian Law Library, and all Faculty members interested in comparative law, are grateful to the European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law for allowing law libraries across Europe free (though password protected) access to the database they maintain called EuroTort. OU students should first log into the Weblearn Password page (with their Oxford Single… Read More »

Law journals from France

The new OU subscription to journals on  CAIRN.INFO includes  Revues en Droit The 9 law titles are: Archives de politique criminelle, Droit et société, Nouveaux Cahiers du Conseil constitutionnel, Plein droit, Pouvoirs, Revue francaise de droit constitutionnel Revue internationale de droit économique Revue internationale de droit pénal Clearly they are linked by place and language… Read More »

International Commission of Jurists: new online resource in HR

The International Commission of Jurists have published what they say is “the first book of its kind” called Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Justice: A Comparative Law Casebook. Three cheers to them especially as it is freely available as a pdf for anyone with internet access! (It comes as a pdf of over 400 pages… Read More »