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Response from Oxford University Press to call to Legal Publishers during COVID-19

By 1 May 2020 No Comments

In response to the Council of Australian Law Deans (CALD) and Legal Education Associate Deans (LEAD) Network call to Legal Publishers during COVID-19, Oxford University Press would be pleased to offer gratis unlimited concurrent users access to the following Law Online Resources as well as Academic Law Books from Oxford Scholarship Online until 31 December 2020 for all CAUL members.  Institutions are welcome to request access to all resources or a select few to suit their requirements.  Please kindly contact Anthony Teo at anthony.teo@oup.com to confirm interest and for access to be organised.

1. Public International Law

2. Oxford Constitutional Law

3. Oxford Competition Lawhttps://oxcat.ouplaw.com

4. Oxford Investment Claim https://oxia.ouplaw.com

5. Oxford Legal Research Library

6. Academic Law Books

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