Use the tabs above to understand how the Law Bod's collection is arranged. There is an Enquiry Desk on Level 2, just as you enter the main Reading Room: please do come and have a word if you are having any difficulty in using the library..
The Law Library's collection is fully catalogued on SOLO, Oxford University's online resource discovery tool.
To limit your subject search in SOLO, just add Spain after the legal topic eg Contracts -- Spain
For those wishing to learn more about using searches, we recommend the following:
Books on Spanish law in the Law Bod have shelf marks starting Spain 510. The current collection is on Level 3 - one floor up from the entrance level. The majority of the Law Bod's collection is in Castilian - some are in Catalan - but there are some works in English too. (See examples below)
On Level 2, the level at which you enter the Law Library, an area of the open shelf collection has books with shelf marks beginning General.
This is where you will find comparative studies, and works surveying the response to legal problems in two or more jurisdictions.
Please ask at the Enquiry Desk on Level 2 if you are having difficulty finding your way round our collection.
Spain joined the European Economic Community (the precursor to the European Union) on 1 January 1986.
Spain became a Schengen area member on 26 March 1995 and adopted the Euro (currency) on 1 January 1999.
The Bodleian Law Library shelves its current collection of books on European Union law on Level 3, one floor above the entrance level. The books have shelf marks beginning Euro Comm. There is no subject classification, the books are arranged alphabetically by the last name of the author/editor.
If the Bodleian Libraries don't have the print or ebook you are looking for, you can make a recommendation by completing the form below (Oxford Single-Sign On required).