The library has created some new how-to guides: a guide to assist those taking the course CML5619F Law of International Trade, a guide to assist those taking the course CML5664F Law and Regional Integration in Africa and a guide to free legal resources, including African Human Rights cases. Access the guides through your subject guide portal on the Law Library website.
The librarians will be running Basic Legal Research workshops from 22 March to 28 April. These classes will equip you to search for different legal sources, such as journal articles, cases and legislation (focusing on South African resources), as well as how to approach research in terms of a legal problem. Registration is necessary.
After yesterday's landmark judgment in the case of Economic Freedom Fighters v Speaker of the National Assembly and Others; Democratic Alliance v Speaker of the National Assembly and Others  ZACC 11, more commonly known as the Nkandla case, contributions by several members of the Law Faculty have appeared in media reports.
We are experiencing some technical issues with LexisNexis (South Africa) logons. If you can't access LexisNexis (South Africa) - please log into the off-campus login first, and then access LexisNexis (South Africa). You will need to fill in the registration page to gain access.
Any queries, please contact the Law Library.