COVID-19: Open and Free Access Materials for Legal Research

Due the current closures of libraries, researchers may be experiencing difficulties accessing the legal materials they need. Many subscription databases are still available to IALS Library members from the Electronic Law Library. To supplement the provision of subscription databases, the IALS librarians have created a new guide to open access and free legal materials on the web. 

IALS Library Guide to online legal resources 

Expanded access to subscription databases

Some of the databases to which IALS Library subscribes are offering our members expanded access during the Coronavirus pandemic. Details of the additional access is listed below.  

JSTOR
To support researchers during COVID-19, JSTOR have expanded their free read-online access to 100 articles per month through December 31, 2020.
Click here to browse law Journals in JSTOR- https://www.jstor.org/subject/law (registration for a free personal account is required).
Oxford Public International Law

The latest collection is based around “The Promise of International Law” and covers topics on global justice, sustainable development, and international peace and security in international law.

All content featured from Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law, the Max Planck Encyclopedias of International Law, and Oxford Scholarship Online is free to access until 31st July 2020.
https://opil.ouplaw.com/page/857

Page last updated: 13th July 2020