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European & Scandinavian/Nordic countries: legal resources: Books

Subjects: Law - Foreign Law

Finding commentary in the Law Library

The current collection for these jurisdictions are shelved on Level 3, one floor up from the entrance level.

The shelf marks begin with the name or short form of the English name of the jurisdiction. The books are not arranged according to their subject, but by name of author or editor.

Most of the material will be in the language(s) of the jurisdiction - any English language works will simply be in the collection, shelved according the author's or editor's surname.

If you are interested in legal history

Comparative studies and surveys

These books have shelf marks beginning General 510, and are shelved on Level 2, the entrance level.

The collection is not divided by subject, but arranged by the name of author or editor.

There are also some book series or journals with book sized issues which have shelf marks beginning General 300.

If the volume was published 2000 or later, please find it on Level 1, one floor down from the entrance level.
If the volume was published 1999 or earlier, please find it on the Ground Floor, two floors down from the entrance level.

If you are interested in comparative studies, there is a separate guide which might be helpful