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The IALS E-Repository forms part of the School of Advanced Study's SAS-Space service. SAS-Space is an online library of journal articles, datasets, digitised content, and dissertations & thesis from the School of Advanced Study.
IALS publishes material on SAS-Space, the School of Advanced Study's Open Access E-repository, for scholarly, research and archival purposes. Most materials are made available for use on a freely available, open access, non-commercial basis. Collections in the IALS Community contain work by Institute Staff, Students, Visiting Fellows and associated legal scholars and specialists.
- Search and browse the IALS Community on SAS-SPACE
- Articles from Amicus Curiae: the journal of the IALS and SALS
- Preprints of articles written by IALS staff and fellows
- Online copies of IALS Masters students' dissertations
- Reports from Society for Advanced Legal Studies Working Groups
- Selected papers from past W.G.Hart Legal Workshops at IALS
- Social network features to share, comment, tag and add personal notes to aid literature reviews and research trails
IALS E-repository collections: Outline of the IALS Community on SAS-Space
Material about the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Documents describing the mission, history, activities and development plans of the Institute.
Work by IALS Staff
Preprint versions of articles written by IALS Staff are on SAS-Space at http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/view/collections/ialsstaff.html
Work by IALS Students
A collection of dissertations (that have achieved grade "merit" or "distinction") written by IALS masters students are on SAS-Space at http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/view/collections/ialsstud.html.
Work by IALS Fellows
A collection of articles and research guides written by visiting scholars and legal information specialists at IALS are on SAS-Space at http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/view/collections/ialsfell.html.
Published articles written by legal scholars and specialist for Amicus Curiae: journal of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies are on SAS-Space at http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/view/collections/ialsac.html and in the SAS Open Journal System at http://journals.sas.ac.uk/amicus
IALS Lectures: In development. See also IALS Videos for online law lecture videos and podcasts.
Project documentation and working materials from collaborative projects with which IALS is or has been involved.
- BAILII (British and Irish Legal Information Institute)
- FLAG (Foreign Law Guide) Project
- FLARE (Foreign Legal Research) Project
- Intute: Law
Legal Subject Collections:
- Legal Biography pre-prints of papers developed from sessions at the national socio-legal training day at IALS are on SAS-Space at: http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/view/collections/ials=5Flbio.html
- Society for Advanced Legal Studies Working Group reports
are on SAS-Space at: http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/view/collections/ials-salswgr.html
- Socio-legal research pre-prints of articles developed from the national workshops at IALS are on SAS-Space at: http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/view/collections/ialsSociolegalresearch.html
- W.G. Hart Legal Workshop selected past papers are on SAS-Space at: http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/view/collections/ials-hart.html
Articles, research guides, training presentations by IALS Library Staff
Material from Professional associations: In development
Articles from professional association + society journals with which IALS has a connection: In development