Private International Law ebooks

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The Squire Law Library is pleased to announce that access is now available to the Private International Law (PRIL) ebook module on the Oxford Legal Research Library platform.

The module brings together key reference works in private international law and is an exceptional resource for practitioners and scholars researching in the field. It contains 18 books, including Richard Fentiman’s International Commercial Litigation which is a very important text and one that is heavily in demand by Law students. Amongst other things, it also has Cheshire, North & Fawcett’s Private International Law which is on a number of undergraduate and postgraduate reading lists. Here are a few more of the available titles:

Briggs: Agreements on Jurisdiction and Choice of Law

Briggs: Private International Law in the English Courts

Garnett: Substance and Procedure in Private International Law

Raphael: The Anti-Suit Injunction

Records for most of these titles are already searchable in iDiscover, and the rest will be added as soon as they are available. This collection is available both on and off campus with a Raven login.

Don’t forget that members of the University also have access to the 38 authoritative titles within the Financial & Banking Law module on Oxford Legal Research Library. A recent blog post gives some more details about this collection.

As usual, if you have any feedback on this new collection then please contact the ebooks team at ebooks@lib.cam.ac.uk.

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