Courses at the Law Library
The Law Library offers several courses.
- Toolbox Finding Scholarly Information for Law students
- Thesis instructions for Master students
- Course for Leiden Law Master students
For law students, the library offers an online tutorial. This tutorial offers the students the opportunity to get acquainted with use of the Catalogue. The tutorial is part of the Toolbox Finding Scholarly Information. The Toolbox is made up of a selection of online courses on different area's of information literacy. In addition, there is also a virtual tour of the Law Library available, which allows the students to familiarize themselves with the Law Library and its facilities.
Students who are experiencing difficulties in the initial phases of their master thesis research can turn to the subject librarians of the Law Library for assistance. To make an appointment, please contact the subject librarian for your specific field:
|Private Law, Criminal Law, Tax Law||ms. T. Beer, LL.M|
|Public Law, Metalegal Studies, Economics||ms. M.Y. Smit|
|Criminology||ms. M. Oldenhof, MA|
The course for Leiden Law Master students will offer the students the opportunity to get acquainted with the Law Library. Amongst other things, the course will highlight the various available digital sources and it will familiarize the students with the use of the Catalogue. The course will finish with a short tour of the law collection and the different facilities the Law Library offers. Registration will be possible through the coordinators of the LL.M program. For more information, please contact ms. M. Oldenhof, MA.