Housed in the University Library on 4/F and 3/F of the Tin Ka Ping Building, the existing Lee Quo Wei Law Library consists of approximately 62,180 titles (103,530 volumes) of books and bound periodicals on law or law related subjects, including 139 current print journal titles and over 300 multimedia items housed in United College Wu Chung Multimedia Library. To search the library's collection, use the library catalogue.
With the launch of the Faculty of Law, the Library has been expanded to provide information resources and research services to integrate with the Law Faculty's philosophy and approach. It has been carefully planned and designed to support the Law Faculty's orientation and innovative curriculum, to assist the Law Faculty community in becoming a regional centre for legal scholarship and training in the twenty-first century.
The Lee Quo Wei Law Library provides seating for students in a mix of individual study desks, open plan tables and 8 group study rooms. The Lee Quo Wei Law Library also contains 61 PC’s and a fully wireless network for use by students with their own laptops. The Library is complemented by access to a growing array of online sources, 2,991 e-journal titles and 76 databases, as well as the interdisciplinary collections housed in the University Library System.
Students at the Graduate Law Centre in Central on Hong Kong Island are served by the Legal Resources Centre which contains multiple copies of essential texts, a small reference collection and various sets of case law and legislation. Students at this location can also request delivery of books from the main campus Lee Quo Wei Law Library free of charge.
The Legal Resources Centre also houses the Faculty of Law’s Mediation Institute Collection. The Mediation Institute’s objectives are to provide academic courses and professional training programs in mediation, as well as to provide resources in the form of books and multimedia materials.
Last Updated February 2013