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The library is still here for you but some of our services may look a little different at the moment.
For details about all of our resources and services, visit Getting Started With the Library.
For full details about using the library during the national lockdown, please see What does the national lockdown mean for using the Library?
Yes, University of Law students can register with and use University of Liverpool Campus libraries.
The University of Law deliver their Legal Practice Course (LPC) and Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) from the Law & Social Justice building at the University of Liverpool.
The University of Law have two ways of delivering their programmes – via their own campuses and also in partnership with other university campuses. University of Liverpool falls into the latter group.
The University of Liverpool is therefore not a University of Law owned campus and is listed as ULaw campus rather than University of Law campus in their List of Locations.
Yes, you will be given a student card and have Taught Postgraduate borrowing rights. However, you will be provided with your course texts and so may find that you do not need to borrow much material from us.
Please note: If you are not based at Liverpool but at another University of Law campus then you are not eligible to use our facilities except as a member of the public.
You will not be permitted to use University of Liverpool online resources. However you will have access to the University of Law online resources and virtual learning environment.
You can print in the same way that University of Liverpool students can, but you may receive printing credit from University of Law and this should be loaded on when you register. Once this is used up, if you want you can credit your account in the same way as our students do, via webcredit.liv.ac.uk