This guide is intended for students and researchers studying criminal law and justice at the University of Oxford, although students and researchers from any field may find it useful.
Use this guide to find out about sources and commentary for criminal law, including ebooks, ejournals, and databases.
For English legislation and law reports, holders of an Oxford Single Sign looking should turn to a subscription database: such as Westlaw Edge UK or LexisLibrary.
When looking for articles in law journals on criminal law -start your search in Westlaw (as it includes the Criminal Law Review)
Both LexisLIbrary and Westlaw have practitioners' texts on aspects of criminal law and procedure.
The Bodleian Law Library is shelved over four floors, with stairs and a lift for readers to use.
The key floors for criminal law and criminology studies are
On Level 2, the entrance level to the library, where you will find
On Level 3 - one floor up from the entrance level you will find
The SSL or the Bodleian Social Science Library is the next door neighbour of the Law Bod, in the Manor Road building - about a 5 minute walk away.
The SSL holds the teaching collection of works on Criminology: supporting the MSc in Criminology courses. It also includes collections of closely related subjects such as sociology, social work, economics, politics, refugee studies.
The RSL or Radcliffe Science Library is a 15 minute walk from the Law Library. The RSL holds the Bodleian's collection for psychology.
The holdings of both these libraries are searchable using SOLO.