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Law and Criminology: Introduction


Hello! My name is Lloyd Roderick, your Subject Librarian, and I'm here to help you find library resources that will enable you to make the most of your studies in Law & Criminology. I can help you find appropriate books and articles for your essays, revision and research.

These pages are designed to help you get the most out of our library resources.

I can help you with...

  • finding appropriate books and articles for your essays, revision and research
  • referencing and citing 
  • information skills training and in-depth subject support

Publications from the department

Criminal enterprise : individuals, organisations and criminal responsibility - Christopher Harding

Adult social care law in England - John Williams, Gwyneth Roberts, Aled Griffiths

Routledge handbook of human trafficking - Ryszard Piotrowicz, Conny Rijken, Baerbel Heide Uhl (eds.)

Land of White Gloves? a history of crime and punishment in Wales - Richard W. Ireland

Sentencing and sanctioning in supranational criminal law - Olaoluwa Olusanya; Roelof Haveman

Intention and causation in medical non-killing : the impact of criminal law concepts on euthanasia and assisted suicide - Glenys Williams

The Net and the Nation State - Uta Kohl (ed.)

International military missions and international law - Marco Odello and Ryszard Piotrowicz

Cartel criminality : the mythology and pathology of business collusion - Chistopher Harding & Jennifer Edwards

Emerging areas of human rights in the 21st century : the role of the universal declaration of human rights - Marco Odello & Sofia Cavandoli

Koffman & Macdonald's Law of Contract - Elizabeth macdonald & Ruth Atkins (eds.)

Information technology law - Diane Rowland, Uta Kohl & Andrew Charlesworth (eds.)

Jurisdiction and the Internet : a study of regulatory competence over online activity - Uta Kohl

Human Rights in the Market Place - Christopher Harding, Uta Kohl & Naomi Salmon

Contact information

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The  IT and Library Enquiry Desk is available via in person on Level D, Hugh Owen Library, online chat, Teams, telephone and e-mail services.

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Face-to-face drop-in session

I'm offering face-to-face library drop-in sessions. 

11am - 2pm, Fridays 

Level F Enquiry Desk

Hugh Owen Library

(term-time only)

Bring your questions about finding information sources for your assignments, dissertation or research. 

Alternatively you can email me your questions anytime:

Book an appointment

Can't make the drop-in session on Level F?

Why not book an online or face-to-face meeting with me to have a chat about your library query.

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Choose your preferred location, date and time. A confirmation email will be sent to you.