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SELECTED RESOURCES ON LAW

 
 
The Online Public Access Catalogue must always be consulted in locating library material relevant to a particular topic  (http://hsl/opac/).  In addition, the following sources may also be used for obtaining additional information  for familiarizing yourself with a topic.  Always consult the on-duty Reader Services Librarian for assistance.
 
Dictionaries:  Subject dictionaries provide precise definitions of terms.
 
Faruqi’s law dictionary: English-Arabic
 [Ref K52 .A7 .F37]
 
Dictionary of law
 [Ref KD313 .D53]
 
Jowitt’s dictionary of english law
 [Ref KD313 .J68]
 
Osborn’s concise law dictionary
 [Ref KD313 .O8]
 
  
 
 
Encyclopedias:  Subject encyclopedias give a good overview of a topic, supplemented in most cases by a bibliography.
 
Parry and Grant  encyclopedia dictionary of international law
 [Ref KZ1161 .P37]
 
 
 
Handbooks:  A useful source for the quick location of facts and concise information in a particular field.  These usually cover a subject of basic or advanced level.
           
The media and business contracts Handbook
 [Ref KD3096 .F67]
 
ASIA arbitration Handbook
 [Ref KNC500 .A82]
 
Handbook of international law
 [Ref KZ3410 .A97]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Online Journals:  Full text online journals are available.  To access it, browse HSL Web page.
 
The American Journal of International Law
Asian Journal of International Law
Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law
Chicago Journal of International Law
The Estey Centre Journal of International Law and Trade Policy
Georgetown Journal of International Law
 
Databases:  Available Online.  To access it, browse HSL Web page.
           
Proquest Central
ProQuest Research Library
ProQuest Criminal Justice
 
           
E-Books:  Complete books are available online.  Browse HSLWeb page.
 
            Ebrary
 
 
 
 
E-Dissertations:  Complete Master and Ph.D Theses are available online.  Browse HSLWeb page.
 
ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT)‎
 
 
 
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