The University Library has a solid and up-to-date collection of legal publications, aimed at supporting teaching and research within the Faculty of Law and updated on a monthly basis. The Law collection is situated on the third floor of the University Library City Centre.
The Law collection consists of:
Physical and digital books
About private law, private international law, corporate law, social law, European law, criminal law, criminology, constitutional law, administrative law, public administration, international public law, fiscal law and legal theory.
Current volumes of journals can be found on the first floor of the University Library, alphabetically arranged in the journal cabinets. Older volumes can be ordered through SmartCat.
Dutch jurisprudence is published in specialized journals. This collection is included in the Library. Many electronic sources of jurisprudence are available alongside the printed versions.
The University Library has a bound and stored collection of all printed documents and meeting minutes on important draft laws between 1970 and 2008, organized by Parliamentary Document number.
You will find the compulsory literature among the regular collections in the University Library City Centre.
Are you a lecturer, and would you like the compulsive literature for your course(s) to be available in the University Library? You can submit an acquisition request for compulsory literature. Doing so at least 5 weeks before the start of your course, allows us to process your request in time.
Where can I find the publication I am looking for?
SmartCat shows all publications held by the University Library. Online publications are immediately accessible, printed material can be found on the open shelves or ordered through SmartCat.
- Classification Law collection (in Dutch) [pdf]
- Classfication Law collection, international categories [pdf]
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