In order to maximize the number of available workplaces, the group work area in Campus library Diepenbeek will be temporarily converted into a quiet study space in June.
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Thursday, May 30 is Ascension Day. As a result, Campus Hasselt and Campus Diepenbeek are closed for ALL activities from Thursday, May 30 till Sunday, June 2.
On Tuesday, May 28 - in response to Dies Natalis - Radio 2 Limburg will be our guest at Campus Diepenbeek.
On April 29 2019 we launched our library survey. Two weeks later we had already received 561 completed questionnaires. Thank you for your cooperation!
Due to the "Hazel Run" on Friday, May 24, Law Library Limburg will exceptionally close at 3.30 PM instead of 5 PM. We want to apologize for this inconvenience.
Law Library Limburg has a new subscription to the legal journal Tijdschrift voor Omgevingsrecht en Omgevingsbeleid (TOO).
On Wednesday May 15 (between 3 and 4 PM) one of the designers of the new legal software Legidex will visit Law Library Limburg for an enlightening explanation of how legal artificial intelligence w
The legal database Strada lex released a new version. See the Dutch version of this news item to find all the details.
This survey (goo.gl/MUR524) is open to all UHasselt-students.
Since April 2019 Hasselt University has an institutional subscription to Trends Top.
During the last week, Hasselt University bought the following legal ebooks. These ebooks are institutionally available through IP-recognition.
On Saturday, March 23 the annual TEDxUHasselt conference is organized at Campus Diepenbeek. During speeches, speakers from around the world will share cutting-edge ideas.
As of March 2019, Hasselt University has two new legal journal subscriptions:
On Thursday, Februari 28 Law Library Limburg welcomes the PXL-students Law Practice. Please keep in mind that the library will be quite busy and noisy during the morning session.
During the last few weeks, Hasselt University bought the following legal ebooks. These ebooks are institutionally available through IP-recognition.