When you are deciding on a topic for your PFP2 assessment, it’s worth checking what Library resources are available for your preferred question. Check the Library catalogue (ELITE>My Library>Library Catalogue Quick Search). If there are any books you think are relevant but are not in stock in Manchester, please contact library staff, either in person or via firstname.lastname@example.org. If possible, we will obtain resources from other Centre Libraries or try to order new stock. Please note that we need 10 days’ notice for book requests, and 3 days’ notice for journal article requests.
Don’t forget the online resources: if you look at the Course and Subject links (via ELITE> My Library >eResources>eResources by Subject) you’ll find links to useful sites. Westlaw and LexisLibrary provide a wealth of resources in addition to case law and legislation, including legal encyclopaedias, journal articles and practitioner texts.
Not sure which resource to use? Our guide to Legal research sources can help you choose a relevant paper or electronic resource when conducting legal research.
The Library team are here to help and keen for you to get the most out of the resources available. If you need further help in sourcing or using any of the resources please contact Liz Hemus (Manchester librarian) or email the library: library-manchester.law.ac.uk
The Library Team