Law databases include primary (legislation and case law) and secondary (dictionary, encyclopaedia, book and journal) sources of legal information.
Complete list of all law databases.
A European Documentation Centre (EDC) is a library which collects the official publications of the European Union. The University of Warwick Library was an EDC until the UK left the EU in 2020. As such, the library has a large print collection of EU information, which is located on the 4th floor. Our collection includes papers, reports, books and journals, statistics, law reports and the European Current Law Yearbook. The collection is largely historic, as new EU official publications are available open access on EUR-Lex and from the EU Publications Office.
European Sources Online (ESO)
A guide to and search engine for European Union information from the Cardiff European Documentation Centre. ESO includes primary and official sources, commentary, media reports, journal articles, blog posts, monographs and textbooks.
Lexis+ UK includes full-text treaties, legislation, case law and information and notices from the Official Journal (OJ). It also contains the All England Law Reports (European Cases) archive from 1995-2015.
Westlaw Edge UK includes a dedicated EU Law search form, and full-text treaties, legislation, case law and information and notices from the Official Journal. Also contains full-text law reports and journals from Sweet & Maxwell: