Law Library Contact Details
PO Box 430
The address given above is the postal address for this library.
The location of the library is:
Arts & Social Studies Library
The Law Library is situated on the first floor of the Arts and Social Studies Library building at the junction of Corbett Road and Colum Road.
Book a group study room online!
Book a group study room online by completing the online booking form (Cardiff University username and password required).
All room bookings are subject to our general Code of Conduct. Please note, other local policies may apply in some rooms.
- Situated on the first floor of the Arts and Social Studies Library, accessible via a lift
- Two Disabled parking spaces are available close to the Arts and Social Studies Library (by the railway line) which can be accessed from Colum Drive
- An accessible toilet is provided on the entrance floor
- Low-level library catalogue terminals are available
- Staff will fetch books from the shelves, please ask for assistance
From 08.30 Monday 4 January 2016 to 21.30 Friday 10 June 2016 the Law Library will be open 24 hours a day 7 days a week with the exception of Easter (see amended hours below). Staffed services are available during the hours listed below.
|24/7 staffed services||Opening hours|
|Monday to Friday||8.30 to 21.30|
|Saturday||10.00 to 17.30|
|Sunday||12.00 to 21.30|
|Easter Recess 2016||Opening hours|
|Monday 21st to Thursday 24th March||9.00 to 17.00|
|Friday 25th to Monday 28th March||Closed|
|Tuesday 29th March 08:30 onwards||24 hour opening resumes|
|Summer Recess 2016* (Monday 13th June to Sunday 18th September)||Opening hours|
|Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday||9.00 to 17.00|
|Tuesday||9.00 to 20.00|
|Saturday||10.00 to 17.30|
|Monday 29th August (Bank Holiday)||Closed|
* Summer hours to be confirmed
The Law Library provides information services to the Cardiff Law School.
The collections include teaching materials for undergraduate and masters courses in law as well as a practitioner collection for vocational training courses. Research collections reflect the interests of the School: criminal law and justice, intellectual property, environmental law, marine and shipping law, family law and justice, medico-legal studies, canon law and civil legal process.
The Law Library also has collections of UK Official Publications and UN material relating to the Law of the Sea.
The Law Library also provides information services to the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences.
The collections include teaching materials for undergraduate courses in optometry and vision sciences. Research collections reflect the interests of the School: biomedical imaging, cell and molecular biology, clinical and investigative vision sciences and structural biophysics.