THE LAW LIBRARY PROVIDES ACCESS TO A WIDE RANGE OF COLLECTIONS
You can use the Catalogue to search the Library's collection, and find information on how to access the items you are looking for (using location information, call numbers and request options if the book is out on loan). Items in electronic format are linked to directly from the Catalogue.
Discovery is a search interface which you can use to find books, articles and resources located both in the library and beyond. You can use it to search for exam papers, course readings, books, e-books, journal and newspaper articles, as well as other resources.
The Digital Repository is a centrally administered library service for managing University of Melbourne digital resources from individual items required for course delivery to large collections that are of cultural or scholarly significance. The Repository contains digital objects including research papers, theses, journal articles, past exams, books and book chapters, maps, video and audio recordings, photos etc.
Rare Books Collection
The Law Library has a Rare Books collection, comprising rare legal items dating back to the early 1600s. You can search our Rare Book collection using the Catalogue.
View a list of new books purchased by the Law Library.
Past Exams and Readings Online
View the Past Exams and Readings Online.
Collection Location and Usage
Click to view information about Collection Location and Usage
Legal History Resources Online
The history of Melbourne's legal profession, and online resource.