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Knowing Your Library

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Creating effective search strategies for locating and using library resources. Focus on locating information, selecting the best information resources, and citing them properly.
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Knowing Your LibraryAhmad Ibrahim Library

  1. Introduction

    On 18 June 1999, the Law Library was named as Tan Sri Professor Ahmad Ibrahim Law Library (Perpustakaan Undang-Undang Tan Sri Profesor Ahmad Ibrahim) in appreciation of his contributions to the Faculty of Law and the Law Library University of Malaya.

    Since its inception in 1959, the Central Library began acquiring legal materials and these were incorporated into the general collection together with texts of the other disciplines. However, with the setting up of the Faculty of Law in 1972, which happens to be the first law school in the country, the legal resources were shifted to the newly erected Law Library situated adjacent to the Law School.



  2. Collection

    The Law Libraryís strong collection together with its varied services lends strong support to the University achieving its mission. The Law Libraryís stock is currently the largest and the most comprehensive collection of legal resources in Malaysia. The collection comprising of both primary and secondary sources of law is divided and stacked into distinct groups such as the Malaysiana Collection, Reference Collection, Statutes, Reporters, International Law Collection, Textbook Collection, Government Publications, Audio-Visual Collection, Reserve Collection and besides several others. These materials are housed on the four levels of the Law Library. Access to the titles housed in the Law Library via the University of Malaya Library Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) is possible nationally and internationally.



  3. Services

    The main services available to all the Law Library users are as follows:-

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