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European Union Law: EU law

Using this guide

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The links below are to other guides which may be useful for this area of study 

EU law: quick start

Electronic resources

Members of Oxford University can use all of the electronic databases below.

The last three links are freely available online for anyone with internet access.

Getting started

The first two books below require an Oxford SSO for remote access.

The third is freely available to anyone.

Print resources

The Bodleian Law Library's open shelf collection of printed materials on European Union  law  have shelf marks starting Euro Comm.

On Level 3 you will find the EU law report series,  EU law journals (2000 onwards), and EU monographs.

Certain EU textbooks feature heavily on Reading Lists. These are shelved in the Reserve Collection on Level 2 (behind the Enquiry Desk).
The shelf marks for these book start KW. If you would like to read one of these, please come to the Enquiry Desk with your University or Bodleian Card and ask for it there. The first book below is an example of one of these titles.

Earlier issues of journals (1999 and older) are on the Ground Floor, as are superseded editions of monographs. 

The LawBod also houses a European Documentation Centre, or EDC, on the Ground Floor.
EDC s are neutral collections of the official publications of the European Union, open to members of the public.  Shelfmarks in the collection start EDC.

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