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Subject guides

Law: Books

Library Guide for the Law School

Books

Most print books relevant to Law can be found on Floor 6 of the Library. For policy reading, you may also want to use the Politics and Sociology books.

To find details of the exact location and availability of books, both print and electronic, please use Summon. https://library.hud.ac.uk  The title link for Books  will take you to the full record with details of all copies. For eBooks, use the Full Text online link.

Some relevant shelfmarks

The catalogue record for each book includes a shelfmark that shows exactly where to find it in the sequence on the shelves. Books are firstly filed in subject number order - lowest numbers first.

Useful Classmarks

Company Law            346.066

Contract Law                346.02

English Legal System    349.24

Equity and Trusts         346.004

EU Law                       341.2422

Human Rights Law           341.4

IT Law                         343.0999

Land Law                     346.043

Family Law                  346.015

Legal Philosophy/Jurisprudence 340.1

Medical Law               344.041

Public Law                      342

Sports Law                 344.099

Employment Law      344.4101 

Law Trove

Secondary sources

Textbooks are a great place to start your research as they contain useful summaries. They also contain references to other resources that you can explore for more in-depth information when you have understood the basics. You can save time by using other people’s research as a starting point for your own. We subscribe to some specific text books in Lexis and Westlaw.

Index of Legal Terms (Westlaw) Stroud's Judicial Dictionary

Blacks Law Dictionary

eBooks

The University of Huddersfield has a wide range of books available as ebooks. Our ebooks are provided by a variety of suppliers, and each ebook supplier uses a different platform.

We have a specific guide for ebooks which you might find useful to read.

https://hud.libguides.com/ebooks

Introduction to ebooks video