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Introduction to Sources of German Law: German Collections at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 June 2014

Abstract

This article, written by Katherine Read, gives an introduction to printed and electronic German legal resources that are collected by the Library of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and including those that are accessible through the web. Particular attention is given to English language sources where they are available to library users.

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German Law and Legal Information
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Copyright © The Author(s) 2014. Published by British and Irish Association of Law Librarians 

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1 IALS Collection Development Policy http://ials.sas.ac.uk/library/docs/IALS_Library_Coll_dev_policy_2_May_2008.pdf accessed 4th March 2014

4 Kirchner, HildebertAbkürzungsverzeichnis der Rechtsprache (7th ed. Berlin De Gruyter 2013)Google Scholar

5 Freckmann, Anke and Wegerich, Thomas, The German Legal System (Sweet and Maxwell 1999)Google Scholar 1

6 Foster, Nigel and Sule, Satish, German Legal System and Laws. (4th ed. OUP 2010)Google Scholar 50

7 Fisher, Howard, The German Legal System and Legal Language (5th ed. Clarus Press 2013)Google Scholar 73

8 Exter, Rita and Kammer, Martina (with update by Sebastian Omlor), Legal Research in Germany between print and electronic media: an overview. Published July/August 2012Google Scholarhttp://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/Germany1.htm accessed 13th March 2014

11 Beck online (n 3)

12 http://www1.bgbl.de/ accessed 14th March 2014

15 Miller, Russell A. and Zumbansen, Peer C., Comparative law as transnational law. A decade of the German Law Journal. (OUP 2012)Google Scholar

16 A sample citation: Sirius case available at BGH, Urteil vom 5 Juli 1983, Az 1 str 168/83, Volltext= BGHSt 32, 38. This provides details of a free online source, a court case reference and a citation to the printed series

17 Freckmann (n 5) 37

19 http://www.bverfg.de/ accessed 3 March 2014

20 http://www.bverwg.de/ accessed 3 March 2014

22 http://www.bundesfinanzhof.de/ accessed 3 March 2014

23 http://www.bundesarbeitsgericht.de/ accessed 3 March 2014

26 http://www.germanlawjournal.com accessed 10 March 2014

27 Miller (n 15)

28 http://journals.sas.ac.uk/amicus accessed 12 March 2014

29 LibGuide for Germany (n 25)

30 Library catalogue (n 2)

31 http://www.bepress.com/gwp/ accessed 19th March 2014

32 http://www.humboldt-forum-recht.de/ accessed 19th March 2014

34 Kammer, Martina and Scharrenberg, Anne) (with update by Sebastian Omlor) German Business and Commercial Laws: Guide to translations into English and select auxiliary sources Published September 2012Google Scholarhttp://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/Germany_Business1.htm> accessed March 25th 2014

36 http://www.vifa-recht.de/en/ accessed 22nd March 2014

38 http://www.rudo.de/ accessed 22nd March 2014

39 http://www.cgerli.org/index.php?id=61 accessed 22nd March 2014

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