You can browse the Library shelves to locate print items. The following call numbers are particularly relevant for law topics:
Primary materials: are arranged by format and consist of documents that contain the law: legislation, law reports and indexes.
|KF||Great Britain - legislation and law reports|
|KG||North America - legislation and law reports|
|KH 1 – KH 298||Australia - legislation and law reports (also includes some legal reference materials)|
|KH 306 – KH 347||New Zealand – legislation and law reports|
Secondary materials: are arranged by subject and comment on and discuss primary materials. They include text books, monographs, journals, encyclopaedias and treatises. Please note that in the SCU Law Collection, encyclopaedias are shelved with the Primary Material.
|K||Legal Reference; Legal Writing|
|KB||General and Comparative Law|
|KC||International Law (primary and secondary)|
|KD||Religious legal systems|
|KE||Ancient and Medieval law|
|KL||Legal systems - Common law
Covers non-specific legal topics such as the legal profession, legal education, research, administration of justice and legal history
|KM||Public law - Common law
Governs the relationship of individuals and the state and includes constitutional and administrative law, taxation and criminal law.
|KN||Private law - Common law
Regulates the relationship between individuals and includes contract, torts (negligence actions), property, family, health, industrial, equity, trusts, corporate and commercial law.
|KT||Asia and Pacific (primary and secondary)|
|KV||Europe (primary and secondary)|
|KW||European Community Law|
Ebooks are available from a variety of sources, some via the Library and others directly from public websites. You are able to search the Library catalogue on your topic, then limit your search to eBooks. Otherwise, browse through the various eBook collections: