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Law: EU Law

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

EU printed materials

Our EU print collection is located on the third floor of the library, with the journals starting in bookstack 34 and the textbooks in bookstack 37. They all have classmarks starting with TE.

We stock key texts including: Barnard's The Substantive Law of the European Union; Foster's EU Legislation; Barnard and Peers' EU Legislation; Weatherill's Cases and Materials in EU Law; and Craig and de Burca's EU Law: Text and Materials.

Our journal and law reports holdings include the European Law Review, Common Market Law Review and the Common Market Law Reports.

Legal Research Librarian - Foreign, Comparative and International Law

EU bookshop

EU Digital Bookshop

Provides a link to all EU publications and gives access, free of charge, to 12 million pages from more than 110,000 EU publications.



The main server for the European Union, providing a link to all the institutions of the EU, press releases and other recent material, information on policies, publications, legal texts and other documents


Offers key European statistical information, news releases and briefing notes. Register directly with the site in order to save your searches and download data.

Recommended Resources

Useful resources

European Sources Online

A free-access database and information service. It aims to support users in understanding Europe and beyond. It brings together a comprehensive and curated set of sources and information, which are able to inform people holding different levels of expertise.


The Inter-Parliamentary EU Information Exchange - mutual exchange of information between the national parliaments and the European Parliament.

Archive of European Integration

A free electronic repository and archive for research materials on the topic of European integration and unification developed by the University of Pittsburgh.

EU Law

Photo of colourful books on shelves in the EU law section of the Squire Law Library.

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