Q. How do I access LawNet?

Answer

The Library does not subscribe to LawNet but the School of Law has an existing subscription to LawNet. Law students have individual accounts to access LawNet. Please check with your school if you do not know your login details.

For others, on-site access to LawNet is available at the Lee Kong Chian Reference Library (National Library Board): http://eresources.nlb.gov.sg/Main/Browse/Resource/1300

Another alternative is the NUS C. J. Koh Law Library. You may head down to the Law Library and apply for a reader's permit and consult the Singapore Subsidiary Legislation. For more information about obtaining a reader's permit, please click this link: http://libfaq.nus.edu.sg/faq/71230.

There are various legal databases such as LexRead, Lexis Singapore and Westlaw Asia, accessible from our A-Z Databases list: http://libguides.suss.edu.sg/az.php

  • Last Updated Jun 17, 2019
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  • Answered By Kirsten Ng

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