Law


2022 Library ‘Research Data Guide’

The 10th edition of the EUI Library Research Data Guide was published on the 12th of April, providing information about Library support for (i) data discovery (ii) data use and (iii) data preservation and sharing. There are ten sections: 1. Data discovery and the EUI Library Data Portal; 2. Data generation, data protection, data processing and ethical use; 3. Data management plans; 4. Research data management in Horizon Europe, ERC and other EU programmes; 5. Managing data during the research project cycle; 6. Repositing and preserving data in the EUI research repository Cadmus; 7. Open Data and Open Science; 8. Qualitative data and ancillary materials in the humanities and social sciences; 9. EUI infrastructure, software, protocols and support and; 10. International research data guidelines. Read the PDF or the hyperlinked version.

2022 Library ‘Bibliography of Academia’

The EUI Library published the 13th edition Bibliography of Academia on 9 March 2022.  53 titles have been added since last year’s edition.  All works are in the EUI collection.  There are ten sections: 1. The young scholar; 2. Research methodology; 3. Academic writing and publication; 4. Data for research in the social sciences and humanities; 5. Presenting, teaching and supervising; 6. Open science, digital and internet; 7. Science, education and society; 8. Copyright and data protection; 9. Academia in Europe, and 10. University strategy and finance. PDF

Law Collection more digital

Many eBooks are now available in the Library’s law collection. After Oxford University Press, Springer, Cambridge and Brill, now also Hart eBooks published in 2017 can be accessed through the catalogue. You can also find them in the Publication Finder. This trend towards eBooks only applies to recent years. Most of the law books can […]

Free Access to OUP resources on Refugee Law

In response to the refugee crisis in Europe, Oxford University Press has made more than 30 book
chapters, journal articles, and pieces of content from online resources freely accessible to assist those working with refugees on the ground, as well as anyone who would like to know more about the framework of rights and obligations concerning refugees

German Law Journal Special Issue

Issue no 6 of 2015 of  the German Law Journal is dedicated to Preliminary Reference to the Court of Justice of The European Union by Constitutional Courts. The Constitutional Courts of Austria, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, and Romania and their preliminary references are covered.  The dynamic with the Strasbourg Court is […]