This guide is intended for students and researchers studying European Union law 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 European Union law, including ebooks, ejournals, and databases.
The following are some key online resources available to holders of an Oxford SSO
Online resources available to anyone with access to the internet
Certain EU textbooks feature heavily on Reading Lists. These are shelved in the Reserve Collection on Level 2
The shelf marks for these book start KW. If you would like to read one of these, please come to the Enquiry Desk and ask..
The majority of the Bodleian Law Library's current collection of printed materials on European Union law have shelf marks starting Euro Comm and can be found on Level 3.
On Level 3 you will falso ind the EU law report series and EU law journals (2000 onwards). (Earlier issues of journals (1999 and older) are on the Ground Floor, as are superseded editions of monographs.)
The LawBod also houses an historic 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.