Posts tagged: legal information

Find Legal Cases and Law Reports

17 May 2016

FindĀ UK and EU case information using a database called Westlaw UK.

The Library subscribe to Westlaw UK so you can access it whenever and wherever you are to do your legal case research. You need to access Westlaw by searching for ‘Westlaw UK’ in Library Search. Enter your network username and password to get access to Westlaw UK.

Click image to access Salford's Library Search and find Westlaw UK.

Click image to access Salford’s Library Search and find Westlaw UK.

 

 

Only got 2 minutes, this quick guide to finding cases for your legal research using Westlaw will get you started:

Click on the image to access the video. Select 'Episode 3' from content list.

Click on the image to access the video. Select ‘Episode 3’ from content list.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Got 5 minutes? This very short interactive lesson on using Westlaw to find cases will take you through everything you will ever need to know about finding cases for your seminars and assignments

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Legal Citations and Abbreviations: Confusing or What!

17 May 2016
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click image to access legal abbreviations tutorial

Get to Grips With Law Reports

17 May 2016

This presentation by the City University Law Librarian explains everything you need to know about law reports. What they are, how they are created and why they are important. If you have any questions about law reports at the University of Salford please get in touch with Nicola, the Academic Support Librarian for Law at the University of Salford: n.sales@salford.ac.uk

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What legal resources do you need when studying law?

17 May 2016
Access presentation on what legal information resources you need for your law degree

Access presentation on what legal information resources you need for your law degree