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Until the end of 2020 Hasselt University has trial access to the international law database Hein
Hasselt University concluded a new license with Larcier that gives us almost unlimited access to all content in Strada lex.
The new, stricter measures taken by the government in the fight against the CORONA virus left us with no choice but to close both libraries to the public.
As a result of current measures to combat the COVID-19 virus, Cambridge University Press has decided to place a large number of e-books and journal articles in open access free of charge until the
Jura was already off-campus available. Now also a lot of other legal databases (Strada lex, SocialEye, monKEY) can be consulted from home, and this as long as the CORONA crisis continues.
Both Campus Library Diepenbeek and Law Library Limburg remain open, but we adjust the opening hours until April 4:
The legal database Jura usually is only available on-campus.
Campus library Diepenbeek remains open, BUT the CORONA-virus forces us to take some (temporary) measures:
The Asser series is the most important source of civil law in the Netherlands.
On Tuesday, Februari 18 Law Library Limburg welcomes the PXL-students Law Practice. Please keep in mind that the library will be quite busy and noisy between 10 and 11 AM and between 1 and 2 PM.
As of January 2020, Hasselt University has four new legal journal subscriptions:
Law Library Limburg has normal opening hours until Saturday, December 21 2019.
On Wednesday December 4 (between 1.30 and 3 PM) one of the designers of the legal database Legidex will visit Law Library Limburg for a practical and enlightening explanation of how legal artificia
During the following weeks our students, researchers and library visitors have access to a "full Strada lex".