University of Hull Library

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Brynmor Jones Library 
University of Hull
Cottingham Road, Hull HU6 7RX
Tel: 01482 466 581

E-mail: libhelp@hull.ac.uk


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How do you get there?
Who can use the library?
When is it open?
What are the strengths of the collection?


How do you get there?

The Law collections of the University of Hull are located in the Brynmor Jones Library.  The entrance to the campus is on Cottingham Road.   The University also provides maps of  how to get there.
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Who can use the library?

The table below is a general guideline to who can use the library.   A more detailed access policy is available.   Users are advised to check the access arrangements in advance of their visit.

Free Access Free Borrowing Paid Access Paid Borrowing
Academic staff within the Yorkshire and Humberside region tick tick - -
Academic staff outside the Yorkshire and Humberside region tick If home institution is a member of SCONUL Research Extra - -
Research postgraduates within the Yorkshire and Humberside region tick tick - -
Research postgraduates outside the Yorkshire and Humberside region tick If home institution is a member of SCONUL Research Extra - -
Taught postgraduate and undergraduate students within the Yorkshire and Humberside region tick - At the discretion of the library if a genuine need can be proven.
 50 p/a
Taught postgraduate and undergraduate students outside the Yorkshire and Humberside region Vacation only if home institution is a member of SCONUL
Members of the public At the discretion of the library if a genuine need can be proven.
10 p/a
At the discretion of the library if a genuine need can be proven.
50 p/a

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When is it open?

For detailed information on opening times, please consult the opening hours on the library web site.

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What are the strengths of the collection?

Media Regulation, Information Technology Law, Family Law, International Humanitarian Law, The Philosophy of the Common Law, Federalism and Devolution, Freedom of Information, Mortgage Repossessions, Defence Studies and Criminal Justice Police. Other areas of departmental interest: Public International Law, International Trade / Economic Law, European Public Law, European Community Law, International Law of Armed Conflict, International Business Law, Law of the Sea, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, International Human Rights Law and Jurisprudence, Government, Law and Economic Regulation.
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