Online Tutorials for Law and Criminal Justice

The following tutorials will give you practical experience of using some of the resources. Check the description with each one to choose the most appropriate.

Library Services and Legal Research for LLB and GDL students

Try this tutorial if you want an introduction to services and resources available at LJMU as well as tips on legal research. It covers:

  • how to access the library catalogue
  • how law cases are cited 
  • how to identify legal abbreviations
  • how to access and use the main electronic resources for law to find cases, legislation and journal articles

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Introduction to Legal Research for LPC students

Try this tutorial if you want to know how to access and use the main electronic resources available for law at LJMU to find cases, legislation and journal articles

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LLM students: an introduction to Library Services and Legal Research

Try this tutorial is you want to:

  • learn how to find printed and E-books using the library catalogue
  • understand how Inter-Library loans service can help you get items not in stock at the library
  • use HeinOnline and the international sections of Westlaw and LexisLibrary to locate law journals and cases from countries other than the UK
  • refresh your basic skills with legal databases by finding UK cases and UK journal articles

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FindIt and Lexis Library for Criminal Justice

Try this tutorial if you want to know how to find journal articles for your assignments and how to use Lexis Library to find legislation and newspaper articles

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