This guide profiles selected, useful resources, subscribed (The Alma Jordan Library, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus) and free, in international and regional law, and specifically highlights public international law, environmental law, human rights law, and trade law. That is, the multiple St. Augustine guides (if any) on these subjects have been combined into one as the core international resources are generally applicable across subjects.
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Regional content areas are still being developed, but there are a few references in various sub-sections.
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Most of the South Campus Library's print titles (books, journals) – law – have been integrated into The AJL's physical collection. As such, if you do come across a South Campus Library title in UWIlinC/online catalogue (UWI STA), with an Available/On Shelf status, please do consider the corresponding area of The AJL (i.e. General, Course Reserves, West Indiana and Special Collections).
The South Campus Library's serials (print), including encyclopaedias, journals, and law reports, are typically not available for loan. Should you need assistance with locating and accessing such titles, do contact us.
Please note that the contents of this guide have been provided strictly for individual, non-commercial, academic/educational, reference and/or research use and do not constitute legal advice. This guide is therefore not a substitute for consulting, if/when the relevant need arises, with a legal professional.
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