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The Law Library is open to the public. The Library is located at two branches (Law Library I and Law Library II).

In addition to the public collection, there are titles which are located in the study rooms of the Faculty of Law. These volumes (approx. 7000) are displayed as "Längerfristige Ausleihe" in the catalog. Please contact the staff at the service desk.

PALaw Library I/II3rd/2ndAllgemeine juristische Zeitschriften
PBLaw Library I3rdGesetz- und Amtsblätter
PCLaw Library I3rdAllgemeines zum juristischen Studium und zur Rechtswissenschaft
PDLaw Library I3rdBürgerliches Recht, Privatrecht allgemein  
PELaw Library I3rdHandelsrecht, Gesellschafts- u. Unternehmensrecht, sowie sonstiges privates Wirtschaftsrecht
PFLaw Library I3rdArbeitsrecht
PGLaw Library I3rdRechtspflege, Gerichtsverfassung, Zivilverfahrensrecht und Nebengebiete
PHLaw Library I2ndStrafrecht, Strafverfahrensrecht, Kriminologie
PILaw Library I2ndAllgemeine Rechtslehre und Rechtstheorie, Rechts- und Staatsphilosophie, Rechtssoziologie
PJLaw Library I2ndMedizinrecht
PKLaw Library II2ndAllgemeine Staatslehre und Staatsphilosophie
PLLaw Library II2ndStaatsrecht und Verfassungsgeschichte
PMLaw Library II2ndZeitschriften und Entscheidungssammlungen zum Staats- und Verwaltungsrecht
PNLaw Library II3rdVerwaltungswissenschaften und Verwaltungsrecht
POLaw Library I2ndRecht sozialistischer und ehemals sozialistischer Staaten (Ostrecht) bis Erscheinen 1989
PPLaw Library II3rdFinanz-, Steuer- und Zollrecht
PQLaw Library I3rdSozialrecht
PRLaw Library I2ndVölkerrecht
PSLaw Library I2ndEuroparecht, Recht der Europäischen Gemeinschaften bzw. der Europäischen Union
PTLaw Library I3rdInternationales Privatrecht
PULaw Library I3rdAusländisches Privatrecht, Privatrechtsvergleichung und -vereinheitlichung
PVLaw Library I3rdAntikes und Römisches Recht, Mediävistik, Privatrechtsgeschichte der Neuzeit
PWLaw Library I3rdDeutsche und ausländische Rechtsgeschichte
PXLaw Library I2ndKirchenrecht ab 1918
PYLaw Library I2ndHistorische Kanonistik
PZLaw Library I2ndDatenverarbeitung und Recht

Essential for law students at the University of Leipzig: the Beck-Online database. In order to access important legal texts from home, you will find the first steps explained in the following short how-to video.

How to: Beck-Online [in German only]

Law I: There are 3 group study rooms are available, called "Parlatorien". They are located on the 2nd floor offering 28 or 20 workplaces. In the whole library Wi-Fi is available. At the biggest group study room also LAN is available. A reservation is not neccassary.

Law II: There are 5 group study rooms, called "Parlatorien". They are located on the 2nd floor offering a total of 55 workplaces. On the 2nd and 3rd floors there is one group room with 14 workplaces each, designated as a quiet reading area.
In the whole library Wi-Fi is available. A reservation is not neccassary, they can be occupied depending on availability.

You can use book scanners for free in LUL. High quality scans can be produced and saved on a flash drive or sent to your smartphone (currently only available at Law Library II). The scanners are book friendly, environmentally friendly, quiet and low-emission.

A copy and print machine is located on the first floor. This service is offered by Canon Deutschland University Services GmbH.

Please notice that you can only print PDF from flash drive. Copies and prints are fee based.

At Law I and Law II you can hire lockers to store your personal materials for 60 days. Please ask at the service desk at first floor.

Schließfachordnung [dt. terms of use, PDF – 102kB. In German only]

Beverages in stable and firmly closable containers are permitted in the reading areas as long as you do not disturb anyone with them. It is generally not allowed to eat in the reading areas. If you would like to take a meal break in the library, you are welcome to use the entrance area.

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