Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Library are offering training sessions for Postgraduate Law Students throughout the Autumn term: Introduction to Lexis and Westlaw: Hands-On Sessions These sessions are being held in IALS Library throughout October, on the dates below. Each session will start at 10:30 a.m. Each session will last approximately 1.5 hours. This session will help you to: • log in to Lexis Library and Westlaw UK • find databases
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) Library are offering LLM students an induction day on Friday 28th September 2012 which includes presentations, Library registration and Library Tours. Members of staff of the Library of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies will be available for registration, information and advice. We are located on the corner of Russell Square and Bedford Way. Please bring your college library card or proof of registration and
The law of international responsibility / edited by James Crawford … [et al.]. Foundations of comparative law : methods and typologies / edited by William E. Butler, Oleksiy V. Kresin and Iuriy S. Shemshuchenko. Public international law : contemporary principles and perspectives / G. Boas. The notion of progress in international law discourse / Thomas Skouteris. The development of the Chinese legal system : change and challenges / Guanghua Yu.
Journals Inner-Asia – Volume 1(1999) onwards. Books Newest trends in the study of grammaticalization and lexicalization in chinese /ed. Janet Zhiqun Xing. Confucian philosophy :innovations and transformations /edited by Chung-Ying Cheng and Justin Tiwald. Ming China, 1368-1644 :a concise history of a resilient empire /John W. Dardess. Merchants of Canton and Macao : politics and strategies in eighteenth-century Chinese trade /Paul A. Van Dyke. Reluctant regulators : how the West created
Journals Asia Pacific World – Vol.1 (2010) onwards. Books Poverty and global recession in Southeast Asia / edited by Aris Ananta and Richard Barichello. Governance in Pacific Asia : political economy and development from Japan to Burma / Peter Ferdinand. Film in contemporary Southeast Asia / edited by David C. L. Lim and Hiroyuki Yamamoto. Khmer bronzes : new interpretations of the past / Emma C. Bunker and Douglas Latchford. Manuel