Answered By: Karina Forrest
Last Updated: Jan 06, 2023     Views: 20

Newcastle University is a partner institution of the University of Law so students enrolled on a ULaw@Newcastle course are given a Newcastle University smartcard and email address which entitles you to use Newcastle University Library Services and resources for the duration of your study.  You also have access to the various ULaw libraries based in the United Kingdom: https://law-uk.libguides.com/usingourlibraries/campus-libraries

The University of Law, is not part of the SCONUL Access scheme, which means you can not be sponsored for access to Other University libraries.  Please see the excerpt below from the University of Law Library website: 

https://law-uk.libguides.com/usingourlibraries/external-libraries  

However, due to a reciprocal agreement between the local Universities of Durham, Newcastle and Northumbria, anyone presenting a Newcastle University staff or student smartcard can have reference access during desk services opening hours at Durham and Northumbria University Library (please check local website for more information on their opening hours).

University of Law Library Services can be reached at: https://law-uk.libguides.com/library