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Welcome to your online guide to finding resources for law.

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Martin Philip
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Welcome to the Subject Guide for Law

Welcome to the Subject Guide for Law. These pages bring together key resources and information for Law students and staff.

A lot has changed this academic year, but the Library remains on hand to help you. Whether you're new to the University or returning, there's a lot to know about. We've summarised the key information in the videos below, but don't hesitate to get in touch if you need any support.

LexisNexis Student Associate

Isabel Salter
I am the LexisNexis Student Associate for this academic year, meaning I am fully trained with using the database efficiently and usefully. I'm available to show you how to access the most relevant sources to you and improve your search methods, in all your modules. If you have any questions about streamlining your research, I run weekly sessions, or can be contacted at ifs503@york.ac.uk

Thomson Reuters Legal Student Representative

Leanna Devabalan
I am Thomson Reuters Legal Student Rep for this year and am here to assist with any queries about Westlaw and other Thomson Reuters legal products. I will be on hand to offer various drop-in clinics, training and certification sessions to help improve and ensure research is effective, efficient, and thorough. Learn more about all of these at my Facebook page or email me at led541@york.ac.uk