More than 30 new e-books have recently been added to Oxford Scholarship Online – Law (OSO-Law) and Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law (OSAIL). All books are full-text available within the UvA domain.
Oxford Scholarship Online – Law
OSO-Law is an online library that provides access to over 1400 e-books on law published by Oxford University Press. Among the new additions are:
- The law & politics of Brexit / Federico Fabbrini
- Accessing asylum in Europe: extraterritorial border controls and refugee rights under EU law / Violeta Moreno-Lax
- Mega-regional trade agreements: CETA, TTIP, and TiSA: new orientations for EU external economic relations / Stefan Griller, Walter Obwexer, and Erich Vranes
An overview of all newly added titles is available through the UvA catalogue.
Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law
OSAIL contains full-text editions of reference works and treatises on international law topics. The latest update includes:
- The Oxford handbook on the sources of international law / edited by Jean d’Aspremont, Samantha Besson
- The International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination: a commentary / Patrick Thornberry
- The Paris Climate Agreement: analysis and commentary / edited by Daniel Klein, María Pía Carazo, Meinhard Doelle, Jane Bulmer, Andrew Higham
All recent additions to OSAIL can be found in the UvA Catalogue.
Find more e-books
The library provides access to a growing collection of e-books. In addition to the Oxford databases mentioned above, there are several other databases available that contain e-books. Most of these books can also be found through the UvA Catalogue. Read more about this in our previous blog post Expand your research: how to find e-books.