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The library guide for Cambridge University's Squire Law Library.

Law Collections in Cambridge

There are many specialist print and electronic resources for law available in Cambridge. These pages give you an overview of the resources and research support that is on offer to legal scholars.

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Squire Law Library
University of Cambridge
David Williams Building
10 West Road
Cambridge CB3 9DZ
01223 330077
Subjects: Law

Introductory texts

Below are some introductory texts for the study of law:

Learning the Law by Glanville Williams (J.f.9.W.3)

Rule of Law by Tom Bingham (J.g.9.B.24)

Letters to a Law Student by Nick McBride (J.f.9.M.22)

What about Law? by Catherine Barnard et al (J.c.9.B.13) 

Further reading suggestions from Cambridge law students were highlighted in a 2018 post on the Think Cambridge Law blog.

Squire Law Library

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The Squire Law Library is one of the largest academic legal libraries in the United Kingdom and houses the primary law collection for the University of Cambridge. The library is located, alongside the Faculty of Law, in The David Williams building on the Sidgwick site and is an affiliated library of the University Library.


Locating print collections

Specialist print resources and library help for law is available via the Squire Law Library.

There are many other libraries in Cambridge which may also hold useful collections for your subject.

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