Tag Archives: eresources

Legal databases and how to get at them

By Katherine Steiner Kat here – Information Resources trainee at the Law Bod. Since starting work here last September, I have had lots of chances to delve into some of the weird and wonderful resources the Bodleian Law Library and the Bodleian Libraries generally have to offer. Despite doing my undergraduate degree here in Oxford,… Read More »

Mobile Apps for Mobile Lawyers

By Beth Paton Mobile technology is becoming ever more ubiquitous, so it seemed the right time to take a look at apps for law students and lawyers. For the purposes of this blog post I selected three apps to road test. I was ably assisted with these reviews by my husband, Alec, who obtained a… Read More »

European Commission Library launches a virtual reference collection

The European Commission Library has launched a virtual reference collection of websites and search tools that are freely available on the internet.  In addition to the links that are also very readily available via Europa there are links to open access research papers, online journals and other external sources ranging from the European Information Association to ViFaOst. Posted by the European… Read More »

EU-China Observer

 The Collège d’Europe’s online publication EU-China Observer offers a view of the EU from a different perspective, and the opportunity for scholars and practitioners to exchange ideas on EU-China relations.   All six issues for 2009 and the first issue of 2010 are now available on the web.  The latest issue includes an open letter… Read More »