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Law and Legal Research: Welcome

Support while the University is closed

Given the Covid-19 situation, we have now moved our services online.  To Contact:

Librarians choose Chat or Ask a Librarian or email

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Learning Enhancement Team (LET):

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Extra free e-books and e-journals now available

Your MDX library is pleased to announce two new collections of extra books and journals available for you during the pandemic.  You can access these resources via Module Reading Lists or My Subject within the Library Guides.

  • eTextbooks and eResources (temporary Covid19 Access):  More textbooks from Kortext and Vital Source plus a number of art, design, fashion and architecture resources from Bloomsbury, Berg and Fairchild.  Kortext have provided as many of our essential and recommended texts as they have access to.   Please note this access is only for a limited time.
  • Open Access eResources (Permanent Free Access): These open access resources are available for free long term.  These include journals, government publications and images.  Subject covered include art, drama, music, law, nursing and theology. 

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Welcome to Law

Welcome to Law at Middlesex University.

Here you will find a range of useful Guidance to support you in your studies.

For Referencing check out the resources available on our OSCOLA referencing support page.

You'll also find information on using Case Law and about the Databases we have via the library to support your studies.


The law library is on the 2nd floor of the Sheppard Library. It houses the law textbooks, printed law journals and printed law reports.

  • It is designated Silent Study. 
  • The open area contains individual study carrels equipped for WIFI.
  • There is a Silent Study room with 11 PCs adjacent to the Open access area.

To access the library's electronic resources (ebooks,ejournals,databases such as Westlaw, Lexis, JustCite) you need to sign in following this path:

UniHub > myUniHub > MyStudy > MyLibrary