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Scholarly Resources Services team has acquired a bunch of new and exciting eBooks from various collections

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Are you a lecturer, teacher or researcher in Law? You’re in luck! Our Scholarly Resources Services team has acquired a bunch of new and exciting eBooks from various collections. These include:

Law with Hart?

An International Perspective (Law)

There are 60 new titles in the Brill Martinus Nijhoff International Law eBook collection 2017. Here are some examples:

Humanitarian Law

There are 45 new titles in the Human Rights and Humanitarian Law eBooks 2017 Collection from Brill Nijhoff. Some good examples are:

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