“FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSONS” European Community”“EU DEMOCRATIC DEFICIT”
Catherine Funnell Senior Liaison Librarian(Law) Sheppard Library firstname.lastname@example.org LEX 4110ISSUES IN EU LAW
PURPOSE OF SESSION Look at a few of the subscription databases (journal articles) with some possible topics you might use for your research proposal Useful websites freely available on the Internet -places to start for a literature search or research proposal pertaining to issues in EU law Briefly look at SUMMON-Middlesex’s new facility for cross database searching
LIBGUIDES ‘Single Market’ YouTube video-good starting point for this topic or refresher! All the websites I will show you in the session are linked on my LibGuide(we’ll have a look at it in a moment) But first.............. In the Module Handook for this course Penny Kent states “ Identify what makes a good piece of legal writing” and she covered this in the first part of this session Following on from that,the Sheppard Library offers some useful texts to assist you
USEFUL LIBRARY TITLES “Research and Writing in Law”-Hutchinson “How to Write law Essays”- Strong “How to Write Better Law Essays”-Foster Catalogue-Do a subject keyword search using the words LEGAL COMPOSITION-you will get a good number of results here. Refer to these books as they ARE useful!
FLAG-FOREIGN LAW GUIDE Freely available-Internet Lists UK university libraries’ holdings of foreign legal materials Maintained by IALS(Institute of Advanced Legal Studies)-authoritative Research postgraduates may use IALS with letter from Director of the programme and take Middlesex ID card