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Bodleian Law Library's Guides to jurisdictions
The Law Bod's guides to both online and print resources for national constitutions, legislation, and case law as well as commentary on the legal systems and their law in books and journals
Look out for these succinct, practical analyses - derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws such as...
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Open Access The Global Legal Monitor is an online publication from the Law Library of Congress covering legal news and developments worldwide. It is updated frequently and draws on information from official national legal publications and reliable press sources. You can find previous news by searching the Global Legal Monitor
Roman law background
A SOLO Search also shows you if we have a subscription to an e-book version of a text ... but we have far more on the shelf than we do online.
The collection of books with shelfmarks starting Roman are on Floor 2.
Subject searches to try in SOLO
Obligations (Roman law)
Contracts (Roman law)
Torts (Roman law)
Unjust enrichment (Roman law)
A reading knowledge of German and Italian in particular is very useful for advanced research.
The Roman Law of Obligations by
Call Number: Roman 640 B619.5yD
Publication Date: 2014
Holders of an Oxford SSO can also read this online via link
For more help with Roman Law
Comparative studies in the Law Bod
Works with a Law Bod shelf mark starting General, Cw Gen, or KB can all be found on Floor 2. Please ask staff for directions if needed!
Basic Questions of Tort Law from a Comparative Perspective
OA book. "The starting point for this project on the »Basic Questions of Tort Law« was the book written by Helmut Koziol, the »Basic Questions of Tort Law from a Germanic Perspective« (2012), Colleagues from seven countries were then invited to give critical responses to the ideas presented by Koziol
Obligations : law and language by
Call Number: General 510 H716b
Publication Date: 2017
In this instance, holders of an Oxford SSO can also read this online via title link. A comparative perspective is taken, examining the law of England, Scotland, the United States, Canada, and Australia
Proof of Causation in Tort Law by
Call Number: General 510 S813.5a
Publication Date: 2015
Holders of an Oxford SSO can also read this online by clicking on title link. Considers German, French, Australian, Canadian and United States responses as well as E&W, Scotland.