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This part of the Oxford International Law collection gives access to 70 OUP titles from key authors in International Law - Brownlie, Higgins and Crawford. Contains Simma's Charter of the UN and Oppenheim too. Alerts available to be notified when content changes.


Chatham House Online Archive contains the research, publications, speeches and archives of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), the world-leading independent international affairs policy institute founded in 1920.

Ideal for those of you interested in International Law (it contains the British Yearbook of International Law), the UN or International Security, War and Conflict.



Get access to cases, as well as PI essentials like Kemp & Kemp.

Linex Legal is a commercial current awareness service. It presents material provided by major law firms and government institutions. In addition to its website, it provides a weekly email alerter with links to the latest articles published in subscribers' chosen practice areas. city Law School students should register using their City University email addresses to qualify for free access.


Get access to The Times from 1785-1985 - search by keyword or by field (date, article title, author, page number etc) to get the full text of any Times article. You can also find cases by going to Advanced Search and checking the Law box.

Access Times Digital Archive

This excellent service provides online access to recordings from radio and TV - has the whole Radio 4 Law in Action series. Like BBC iPlayer but there's no expiry date for programmes.

Login and then search for City as the institution to enable your personalised login.

Access BoB

This resource brings together decisions on public international law from a range of courts; from international to domestic. As well as the decisions themselves you also get access to detailed commentary and analysis.

There are 5 modules: International Law in Domestic Courts, International Criminal Law, International Human Rights Law, International Investment Claims and International Courts of General Jurisdiction.

Access ORIL

The House of Commons Parliamentary Papers (HCPP) now includes over 200,000 House of Commons sessional papers from 1715 to the present, with supplementary material back to 1688.

Connect to HCPP

The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL) is a comprehensive online resource containing peer-reviewed articles on every aspect of public international law. Written and edited by a team of over 800 scholars and practitioners, published in partnership with the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, and updated throughout the year.

Connect to Max Planck

JustCite is a legal search engine and citator service that cross-references case law, legislation and journal articles.

JustCite indexes content from all major online legal publishers and links you to content to which we subscribe.

Connect to JustCite

This service from Jordans comprises the journal Family Law, the Family Law Reports and Hershman & MacFarlane on Children.

Connect to database

Developed and maintained by Kluwer in conjunction with theICCA and the Institute for Transnational Arbitration, Kluwer Arbitration contains expert commentary and a large collection of primary sources, including ICC Cases and Awards. Key books include: Blackaby: Redfern & Hunter, Born: INternational Commercial Arbitration and the Yearbook of Commercial Arbitration. Journals are fab - Arbitration International and the Journal of International Arbitration.


Huge collection of e-books from OUP. Check out the latest list of titles available.


Massive reference tool - dictionaries, encyclopedias...


Keep up to date with cases, legislation and regulatory material affecting the print and broadcast media. Excellent resource for media lawyers, journalists, editors and reporters.

Search news via area of law or reverse chronologically.


Access via a specialist username/password (available on request from Emily). Bear in mind only one person can use it at a time.

News-tastic! Includes over 12,000 news sources, newspapers, newsletters, magazines and trade journals including over 450 International publications, with over 250 newswires updated continuously, many within minutes of publication.


The British Library's Electronic Thesis Online Service offers a single point of access for theses produced by UK Higher Education. Some universities offer free open access to download their digital thesis, but others may require a fee from the researcher.

Connect to EThOS

JSTOR is a not-for-profit organization with a dual mission to create and maintain a trusted archive of important scholarly journals, and to provide access to these journals as widely as possible. It offers researchers the ability to retrieve high-resolution, scanned images of journal issues and pages as they were originally designed, printed, and illustrated. The journals archived in JSTOR span many disciplines.

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i-law is THE database for those interested in maritime and commercial law. At City we subscribe to the Maritime and Insurance & Reinsurance modules.

Prime resources include Lloyds Law Reports and the Lloyds Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly.

This database requires an individual username and password - ask your library for this.

Need extra help? Check out the guide and videos.

Lexis is an immense database with access to cases, legislation and journal articles. Practitioner texts are also available, including Blackstones Criminal Practice, Lester & Pannick: Human Rights Law and Practice, Paget's Law of Banking, Whish: Competition Law amongst 149 others.

You can also access really monster Lexis publications - Halsbury's Laws (the legal encyclopedia) and Halsbury's Statutes amongst them.

Law report-wise you can find many key series in LNB: All England Law Reports (All ER), The Law Reports (AC, QB, Ch etc), Times Law Reports (TLR) amongst others.

Access using your IT username and password.

Westlaw is a huge database containing cases, legislation and journal articles. Searching for cases within Westlaw is a joy, particularly thanks to the Case Analysis function. This cool tool almost does your research for you, listing lots of extra stuff about a case; its history, where its been cited subsequently and, best of all, all the journal articles which talk about your case.

Law report series included in Westlaw include the Weekly Law Reports (WLR), The Law Reports (AC, QB, Ch etc), Fleet Street Reports (FSR), Common Market Law Reports (CMLR) and Housing Law Reports amongst others.

The journal collection is admirable; including the Conveyancer (Conv), Criminal Law Review (Crim L.R.), European Law Review (E.L.Rev), Law Quarterly Review (LQR), Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (OJLS) and Public Law (P.L.) as well as loads more...

HeinOnline is an American database which offers access to a huge number of journals. Unlike Lexis or Westlaw it generally offers full coverage of journal titles, ie. from volume 1, issue 1.

It offers a wide selection of American Journals with extensive coverage, eg. Harvard Law Review (1887-), Yale Law Journal (1891-).

Its collection of English journals is growing and key ones to remember are as follows: Cambridge Law Journal (1921-), Industrial Law Journal (1972-1997), International and Comparative Law Quarterly (1952-), Law Quarterly Review (1885-), Legal Studies (1981-)

Access using your IT username and password.

There's a Hein App now too -

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Hi everyone. For those of you that I have not yet met, my name is Nazli Tunay and I am your LexisNexis Student Rep for 2014/15.

I would first like to highlight that, LexisNexis is an invaluable legal database that you have access to whilst here at City University. I could confidently say this, and here are a few points that form my reasoning:

· LexisNexis is one of the world's largest information businesses serving four million customers in 100 countries.

· LexisLibrary used by 90% of the top 200 law firms, all of the Inns of Court and over 4,000 organisations in the UK. It is used by Parliament, all UK judges and all UK universities with a qualifying law degree.

· LexisLibrary is noted by the Court of Appeal as being the most up to date legal databases as was cited in R v Blackwood

· LexisLibrary is the home of Halsbury's Laws, the complete narrative statement of the law in England and Wales as written by commissioned leading experts.

· Halsbury's Laws answers a question every 4 seconds, has been cited more than 1,700 times in judgments or submissions as published in the Law Reports of England and Wales from the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting over the last 100 years.

My role as a Student Rep is to assist you with any questions that you have about LexisNexis, whether that be how to find a case, how to use the advanced features or even just getting started.

I will have drop-in clinics whereby you can come and see me in person and we can run through these things one to one or alternatively you can email me or arrange a more convenient time if the drop-in clinic times are not convenient for you.

You can do so by emailing me or contacting me through the Facebook page.

The drop-in clinics will be starting this week (w/c 13th October 2014) and these dates and times will apply to every week from now on:

· Mondays - 12-1pm

· Tuesdays - 3-4pm

The Room is yet to be confirmed, so for this week only, please email me if you would like to see me during these times and I will respond with an area to meet and discuss what you need help in.

Additionally, I will be arranging a LexisNexis Basic and Advanced certification sessions throughout the year. Last year many students attended these sessions, as they will look fantastic on your CV.

Thank you for reading this so far and if there is anything at all you need regarding LexisNexis please do not hesitate to contact me.


Nazli Tunay

Posted by Site Admin on 15 Oct at 9:08pm

Hello all law students!

I am your LexisNexis Student Associate for this academic year.

I am fully trained to use the online research services provided by LexisNexis, and here to help you all with your research. So, I will be running weekly drop-in sessions aimed to provide free support and assistance in using LexisLibrary and LexisPSL.

If you have any further questions you could contact me by email ( or through our Facebook page; Lexis Nexis @ City University London.

Do follow our facebook page, as I will posting the days and times of the drop-in sessions and table days I will be holding to support your research.

Always here to help,

Nazli Tunay.

Posted by Site Admin on 24 Sep at 8:37pm

Westlaw still isn't working reliably, however we do have a work around: --> login to your service (top right) --> Academic: Organisation Name --> Search for 'City University London' and choose 'City University London (IT Logon)' from the list that appears --> login with the usual details.

Posted by Site Admin on 15 Sep at 5:07pm
If you missed it on Jan 30th you can still read it online...
Posted by Site Admin on 14 Feb at 11:21pm
Go online and request any print title you would like us to add to our collection.
Posted by Site Admin on 3 Feb at 11:16am

We've just taken on 1000's of ebooks on a trial basis - basically if you use them...we will buy them!

Many of these are available on the library website but some are not. Taylor & Francis and Routledge books need to be accessed via their own website - just login and browse content by Law. You can then look at books via subject area (e.g. Contract Law & Tort, Islamic Law etc).

If you need help, there's a helpful guide available.

Posted by Site Admin on 8 Oct at 4:32pm

The Library has negotiated for you to be able to access current content from the Financial Times online, as well as The Economist.

See the post on Lawbore blog: Need to boost your commercial awareness? for full access details.

Posted by Site Admin on 5 Oct at 10:56am

Wifi printing is now available across all sites, enabling students to print from laptop computers, iPads as long as they're connected to City's wi-fi network.

Go here to upload files or documents to be sent to their chosen printers. All networked printers are available from the menu.

Posted by Site Admin on 5 Oct at 10:53am

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Event Time: 6.15 pm

Venue: Room 13 Princeton Street, 2-10 Princeton Street, The City Law School, WC1R 4BH London [ map to venue ]

A critical analysis of the collateral evidence rule

A lecture by Professor Adrian Keane, Barrister and Professor of Law, City University London. Formerly Dean of the Inns of Court School of Law.

This lecture will be held in Room 13, Princeton Street and will be followed by refreshments.

2 CPD Hours applied for.


To register or to find out more information please visit here.

The Critical Corporation Project presents a star-studded panel to highlight and debate all sides of the 'Sustainable Fashion' question. Sustainable fashion has emerged over the past years, and after several 'fashion faux pas' such as the Rana Plaza disaster, as an alternative to 'fast fashion'. Can Sustainable fashion deliver a more equitable deal for garment workers, a reduction in toxic waste, and an end to the exploitation of cotton farmers, or will the demand for a 'new black' every season, with the profit opportunity that this provides, win out?

Adam Elman, Global Head of Delivery for Plan A - who aims to make Marks & Spencer the most sustainable retailer in the world, will discuss this topic with Tansy Hoskins, author of Stitched Up: The Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion, Leah Borromeo, director of Dirty White Gold, a film about Indian cotton farmers, and Alex McIntosh Business manager of the London School of Fashion's Centre for Sustainable Fashion.

The event will include a screening of the (15 min) promo for Dirty White Gold.

Copies of Tansy Hoskin's book Stitched Up: The Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion will be available for purchase.

Start: 18:30

Drinks reception: 20:30

Register online

A critical analysis of the collateral evidence rule.

A lecture by Professor Adrian Keane, Barrister and Professor of Law, City University London. Formerly Dean of the Inns of Court School of Law.

When: Monday 27th October, 6.15pm (followed by refreshments)

Where: Room 13, Princeton Street

2 CPD Hours applied for

To register and for directions, please visit


The Conservative Party has announced its intention to repeal the Human Rights Act 1998 and replace it with a British Bill of Rights, if returned to power after the election. The proposal is popular, but has been criticised by opponents across the political divide.

On 28th October, Dinah Rose QC will address Politeia on What's the point of the Human Rights Act? The Common Law, the Convention and the English Constitution.

She will examine the part played by the European Convention on Human Rights and the Human Rights Act in the English constitution. Do we need them at all? Or are the common law and the Supreme Court a better source of protection for our civil liberties? In the delicate constitutional relationship between judges, parliament and the government, have we got the balance right? If not, how should it be changed?

When: 6.30-7.30pm

Location: Army and Navy Club, 36-39 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5JN

Find out more and book via Politeia.

Event Time: 17:30 - 20:00

Venue: Boardroom, University of Westminster, 309 Regent St, London W1B 2HW [ map to venue ]

This panel event will discuss the legality of the use of nuclear weapons under different international law regimes almost 20 years from the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice. The event will also celebrate the book launch of:

Nuclear Weapons Under International Law
G. Nystuen, S. Casey-Maslen and A. Golden Bersagel eds (Cambridge University Press, 2014)
ISBN: 9781107042742


Chair: Dr Marco Roscini
Reader in International Law, University of Westminster

Jus ad bellum: Nobuo Hayashi
Researcher, Peace Research Institute, Oslo

Jus in bello: Professor Steven Haines
Professor of Public International Law, University of Greenwich

Conflation of jus ad bellum and jus in bello: Dr Jasmine Moussa
Assistant Professor of Law, American University in Cairo

International criminal law: Professor Charles Garraway
Human Rights Centre, University of Essex

Attendance is free, but please register by emailing Eliza Watt at

The panel will be followed by a drinks reception.

Event Time: 6:15 PM

Venue: Room to be confirmed, Gray's Inn Place Campus, City University [ map to venue ]

Join Silvia Van den Bruel as she discusses Commercial Awareness and how prospective barristers can better market themselves in this exclusive event organised by the City Law School Pupillage Advisory Service.

Time: 18:15-20:00

Location: 24 Princeton Street

Drinks and nibbles to follow

"Being in the business of becoming a successful barrister"

Surely all it takes to become a successful barrister is to have an excellent law degree tucked under your arm and to possess the ability to dazzle the judge with your compelling advocacy? Our speaker would argue that in this day's competitive environment, you probably need to arm yourself with a few extra tools. During this talk she will share a few practical tips and there will be time to ask any questions you may have.

Our speaker, Silvia Van den Bruel is Marketing & BD Manager at 11 Stone Buildings a leading Commercial/Chancery set. Between 2002 and 2007 she was Marketing Manager at Monckton Chambers which was nominated for 'Best Marketed Chambers' at the Legal Marketing Awards 2007."

Read Ins and Outs of a Pupillage at 11 Stone Buildings. More Good than Bad on Legal Half Hour.

Open to current and prospective City Students. Registration is required please email

Event Time: 10am - 12pm

Venue: Room 24, 2-10 Princeton Street, The City Law School, WC1R 4BH London [ map to venue ]

Your voice is one of your greatest assets. Find out how to make your
voice work more effectively in the court room, in moots, with clients and
in conversation. This dynamic, highly practical and interactive four-part
training course is designed to improve your vocal presence, raise your
status and increase your confidence.

chapter in 'Advocacy', Debbie Chatting MA Voice Studies, MA Marketing,
invites you to a 4-part vocal and presentation training course:

Thurs 30th Oct, 10.00 am-12.00 pm 24 Princeton St - Articulation

Thurs 6th Nov, 10.00 am-12.00 pm 24 Princeton St - Tone

Thurs 20th Nov 10.00 am-12.00 pm 13 Princeton St - Intonation

Thurs 27th Nov 10.00 am-12.00 pm 13 Princeton St - Status

Investment for this short course in vocal training for advocacy is £74 for four sessions.

To book or for more information, click here.

Event Time: 6 PM - 7 PM

Venue: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Charles Clore House 17 Russell Square London WC1B 5DR [ map to venue ]

More and more people are finding themselves turning from light fiction and reading legislation instead. Is this a good thing?

Join Sir Geoffrey Bowman, KCB, QC and Lord Dyson as they discuss this matter in an exclusive event organsied by IALS.

This event is free but registration is required.

Venue: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Charles Clore House 17 Russell Square London WC1B 5DR [ map to venue ]

'Forbidden Access' is a multidisciplinary conference exploring how published works and archival materials and the ideas contained in them are affected, obscured or distorted by censorship.

The conference seeks to explore the proliferating and divisive causes, symptoms and effects of the censoring impulse, from overt interference with a text to the subtler, intangible effects of caution and fear in the face of anticipated control, and to do so in relation to a variety of angles and contexts: aesthetic, cultural, socio-economic, ideological, legal, and political.

Venue: Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU.
Keynote speaker: Rachel Potter, Professor of Modern Literature at the University of East Anglia

Enquiries: Institute of English Studies, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU; tel +44 (0) 207 862 8675; Email:

Professor Conor Gearty unpicks the myths, illusions and downright lies that infect political engagement with human rights in Britain.

When: 18:30-20:00

Location: Old Building, LSE

For more info or to book see LSE Events.

In this lecture Prof. Matthew Flinders, University of Sheffield and author of Defending Politics, discusses 'the problem with democracy'. Part of the Enduring Ideas series of Events at The British Library.

£5 for students

When: 18:30

For more info and to book online see The British Library.

8 barristers from 2 Temple Gardens will be visiting The City Law School on 27th November.

When? 9.30-11.30

Location: tbc

Book online!

Lord Dyson, Master of the Rolls will be speaking on Criticism of judges: fair game or off-limits? for the annual BAILII Lecture.

When: 5.30pm

Where: Freshfields, 65 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1HS

Ticket details will be available via the BAILII website shortly.

Sir Alan Moses reflects upon the first months of the Independent Press Standard Organisation (IPSO) and shares his vision for the future of press self-regulation in the UK.

For more info and to book go to LSE Events.

This one day conference is an annual event and focuses on a range of topics related to business and human rights, including modern slavery and international remedies.

Find out more via the Law Society website.

It is 66 years since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights stated that everyone is entitled to the same rights and freedoms. The speakers consider this ongoing struggle for women's human rights.

Speakers include Christine Chinkin, Jonathan Cooper, Jane Gordon and Saraswathi Menon.

When: 18:30-20:00

Location: New Academic Building, LSE

For more info and to book online go to LSE Events.

The Chancery Bar Association and COMBAR are jointly hosting a seminar for BME students considering a career in the law.

The distinguished panel members will be:

Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury (keynote speaker)

Zia Bhaloo QC (Enterprise Chambers)

Jawdat Khurshid (7KBW)

Shuvra Deb (9 Stone Buildings)

This is a joint event organised by two Specialist Bar Associations, the Chancery Bar Association and the Commercial Bar Association.

After the event, you are invited to stay for a glass of wine and to chat informally to the panel and chancery and commercial barristers.

Places are limited so please register soon by emailing Veronica Kendall at

Royal College of Surgeons (35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PE) @ 6pm

Apply to attend this conference by the end of October 2014.

The conference blurb states: The CityLawLIVE careers conference is for anyone seeking a training contract or vacation scheme work experience with a leading international law firm. It offers insight into the world of the commercial solicitor, plus networking with partners and recruiters at top firms.

Networking event for the City Law School for alumni and current students.

When: 3rd March - 18:00-20:00

Location: City Law School Common Room, Innovation Building.

*This is a BPTC assessment week.

Barristers from Pupillage Committees at a wide range of sets talk to students about completing their Applications for Pupillage. Panel features barristers from

Thu 6 Nov

Event Time: 2pm - 4pm

Venue: Student Common room, Atkin Building, 4 Grays Inn Place, London, WC1R 5DX [ map to venue ]

The Fair is an effective way for you, as a young lawyer entering the legal profession to ensure you are fully aware of the good work done by local community organisations as well as an excellent chance to discover potential volunteering opportunities.

Exhibitors include:
Advocates for International Development (A4ID)
Bar Pro Bono Unit
Camden Citizens Advice Bureau
City University Student Union Service
City University Careers, Student Development and Outreach
Democratic Progress Institute
Free Representation Unit (FRU)
Island Advice Centre (Tower Hamlets)
Migrants Resource Centre
National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV)
Peer Arena Mediation Scheme (PAMS)
Prisoners Advice Service
South West Law Centre
Southwark Law Centre
Victim Support Westminster & more

There is no need to sign up beforehand. Just come along on the day.

When: Thursday 6th November, 2 - 4pm

Where: Student Common Room, Atkin Building, 4 Gray's Inn Place, London WC1R 5DX

The Fair allows you explore potential volunteering opportunities among a number of organisations. The Fair is an effective way for you, as a young lawyer entering the legal profession to ensure you are fully aware of the good work done by local community organisations as well as an excellent chance to discover potential volunteering opportunities.

Entry is free, no sign up required

Exhibitors include:

Advocates for International Development (A4ID)


Bar Pro Bono Unit

Camden Citizens Advice Bureau

City University Student Union Service

City University Careers, Student Development and Outreach

Democratic Progress Institute

Free Representation Unit (FRU)

Island Advice Centre (Tower Hamlets)


Migrants Resource Centre

National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV)

Peer Arena Mediation Scheme (PAMS)

Prisoners Advice Service


South West Law Centre

Southwark Law Centre


Victim Support Westminster & more

Mon 17 Nov

Panel discussion to mark official launch of Eutopia - the pan-European online magazine.

Panelists include Timothy Garton Ash, Renaud Dehousse, Giuseppe Laterza and Jan Zielonka.

When: 18:30-20:00

Location Old Building, LSE

For more info and to book see LSE Events.

Mon 17 Nov

Lee Jackson (author of Dirty Old London) will discuss why the Victorians had boundless enthusiasm for cleanliness and sanitation, but still left their capital mired in filth.

When: 18:30-20:00

Location: New Academic Building, LSE.

For more info and to book see LSE Events.

This two-day conference describes itself as a more than a conference, but 'a fast-growing movement to put the rule of law behind women's rights through concrete action'.

There are limited numbers of student tickets so you need to be fast off the mark.

See the Trust Women website for more info on registration and speakers.

The Law Reform Committee of the Bar Council hold an annual lecture in tandem with presentation of prizes for their Law Reform Essay Competition. Professor Sir Francis Jacobs will be giving the lecture this year.

When: 17:30

Location: Inner Temple Hall

Reserve a place by emailing The Bar Council.

Event Time: 10:30 am

Venue: Rooms to be confirmed, Gray's Inn Place Campus [ map to venue ]

Join barristers from 11 Stone Buildings as they discuss their profession in this exclusive event organised by the City Law School Pupillage Advisory Service.

This event is open to everyone. To register for this event please email

For more information please go to the City University Website.

Event Time: 10:30 am - 3.30 pm

Venue: Inner Temple, Crown Office Row, EC4Y 7HL [ map to venue ]

The Fair is targeted at all students who are interested in becoming barristers and practising in commercial or traditional chancery work, which covers areas as diverse as: banking, charities, contracts, company, civil fraud, insolvency, partnership, property, trusts, tax and wills, amongst several others. After the feedback from our four previous careers fairs, the event will give students an opportunity to learn about practice at the Chancery Bar by: (1) hearing real junior barristers speak about their experiences; and (2) meeting practising barristers from around 20 of the top sets, based both in London and nationwide.

For more information please visit the Chancery Bar website.

Event Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Venue: Common Room, Atkin Building, Grays Inn Place, City Law School [ map to venue ]

Are you looking to refine your CV - check it ticks all the boxes?

As a BPTC, LLM or LPC student, there is a great opportunity coming up to have your CV looked over by the Careers team at City.

In this 10 to 15 minute review, experts will check your CV and look at areas like

  • Suitable look and feel;
  • How to tailor it for different job opportunities;
  • The quirks of a legal cv;
  • Effectively describing your skills.

It's first-come, first served so make sure you get to the Student Common Room in Atkin Building, Grays Inn Place on Tuesday 25th November between 5.30 and 8pm.

Sir Ross Cranston will interview the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, about his career in Law.

When: 18:30-20:00

Location: Old Building, LSE

For more info and to book online see LSE Events

Daniel Sokol (12 Kings Bench Walk) gives the ultimate guide to the pupillage year, providing practical advice to all aspiring barristers navigating this crucial stage in the path to practice.

When? April 15th 2015 18:00

Location: Lecture Theatre, Atkin Building

Book online for this event.

Barristers from Pupillage Committees at a wide range of sets talk to students about how to be successful in Interview. Chambers involved include:

2 Temple Gardens, 11 Stone Buildings, Hardwicke, Coram, Old Square 5 Essex Court, 4 Breams Buildings

When? May 6th 18:00-20:00

Location: Student Common Room, Atkin Building

Book online for this popular event.

Francesca Lewis gives a brutally honest and hunourous account of Pupillage 'warts and all'. Audience - those who have obtained or are applying for pupillage.

When? 11th May 18:10pm

Location: TBC

Book online.

Our small ads board gives all students a place to sell their used books and more. It's open to anyone with an email address.

See all the ads in full »


Many electronic law journals, reports and practitioner texts are available to City Law School students online. Almost all of them are only available on subscription, which means you will need a suitable username and password to connect. Contact the Law Librarian for more details.

E-JournalsA-Cap  Chi-Eco  Ent-Eur  Fam-Int  Int-Jou  Jou-Jou  Jou-Kin  Kin-Leg  Llo-Nor  Oxf-Tax  Tru-Z
E-ReportsA-Est  Eur-Sim  Tim-Z
E-TextsA-Gre  Hal-Z

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