Tag Archives: legal databases

El mundo al dedillo

The Law Library used to have vlex for Spanish law, but we are now trying their global service, which offers legal material from over 90 countries, the EU, the Andean Community,  IJC and WIPO decisions. However although the UK and USA are among the bigger collections on this database, the usefulness of vlex to Oxford users will primarily be in the coverage of the Spanish  and… Read More »

Welcome to Oxlip+

By Angela Carritt OULS has a fantastic new gateway to online resources, Oxlip+ Some of you may have already used the new service to access databases from off campus (for more information see the earlier post on remote access)    However, Oxlip+ has much to offer beyond easy remote access: Finding databases When you access Oxlip+ you will automatically start… Read More »

Hein online update

MyHein Hein have introduced a new research tool, MyHein.  Check out the features of this new tool below. Bookmark articles and search results Create tags for your results   Save search queries to quickly run the same search next time you’re logged in Easy to use with several help guides available Anyone can register for an… Read More »