Q. I need to access LawNet to retrieve some documents. How may I access LawNet?

Answer

If you are a student or teaching staff from the School of Law, please check with the office staff for access to LawNet. The Library does not subscribe to LawNet. However, on-site access to LawNet is available at the Lee Kong Chian Reference Library (National Library Board). For more information, please visit http://eresources.nlb.gov.sg/Main/Browse/Resource/1300 or contact the National Library at ref@nlb.gov.sg. 

We do subscribe to various legal databases such as Lexis Singapore and Westlaw Asia, accessible from our A-Z Databases.

Members of the public may also head over to the NUS C. J. Koh Law Library and apply for a reader's permit to consult the legal collections there.For more information about obtaining a reader's permit, please click this link: http://libfaq.nus.edu.sg/faq/71230

  • Last Updated Oct 03, 2018
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  • Answered By Kirsten Ng

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