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Law: Introduction

This guide provides a starting point for resources in Law.

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COVID19 Temporary Publisher Arrangements for Law Resources

Bloomsbury Professional Online gives you unlimited access to books, looseleafs and journals across the 9 practice areas at Bloomsbury Professional Ireland.

Bloomsbury Collections available until 30 May 2020

Cambridge University Press (CUP) has made over 700 Cambridge eTextbooks available until 31st May.

Cambridge Elements available until 31st May

Cambridge Companions available until 31st May

EBSCOhost ebooks have provided UCD Library with unlimited access to all owned titles from over 100 publishers until 30 June. This means that all licenses – including single-user and three-user models – have automatically converted to unlimited access for that period.

Harvard Business Publishing have made over 600 ebooks available until 30 May.

JSTOR has made their complete archive collection available until 30 June.

Law Trove - available from Oxford University Press (OUP) until the end of May 2020.

Politics Trove - available from Oxford University Press (OUP) until the end of May 2020.

ProQuest eBook Central have provided UCD Library with unlimited access to all owned titles from over 100 publishers until 30 June. See the blog post from ProQuest for more details.

Sage Knowledge ebooks and reference material, the premier Social Sciences platform for SAGE, CQPress, Reference and video content are now available until 30 June.

Using This Guide

The following law guide will give you an introduction to finding information sources for Law.

You can use it to get started on your projects, essays, assignments or research.

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