The library is the “Heart” of any academic institution and plays an important role in all academic activities and more so in law institutions. Keeping in view the aims and objectives of the Law School, the library has been planned and is being developed by a team of qualified professional library staff and guided by the Library Council. It has a collection of over 12119 volumes covering a wide range of general and special subjects consisting of text books, reference books, back volumes of journals and reports etc., apart from legal periodicals. Library is subscribing 72 print national and international journals. It is also subscribing online database like Scopus, Westlaw India, Manupatra, Hein Online, ORIL – Oxford Reports on International Law, Kluwer on Arbitration, SCC Online, CLA Online etc. and have good collection of CD-ROM Database. Library has variety of offline databases like AIR-High Court, AIR-Supreme Court, Criminal Law Journal, Patent & Trade Mark Cases, Supreme Court Cases Online and Gujarat Law Reports.
The library resource center at Institute of Law is fully automated with user friendly library software KOHA Open Source Software. The package facilitates issue -return of books, a web-based catalogue to access the books (OPAC) and reservation of books. Bar-coding system is used to computerize the bibliographic details of the books. The web-based inquiry module of software has been installed so the resource collection can be viewed from outside the campus.
The library has adopted an open access system so as to facilitate readers to have easy access to the library resources. To assist the users in locating literature as well as information in their areas of research, general reference, current awareness and computerized catalogue by using KOHA Open Source Software have been introduced. An orientation programme for new students is also organized to help them acquaint themselves with the library system and services for maximum utilization of the available resources.
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In continuation of our Library Activity under “What’s Happening@ILNU Library”, We are going to organise "Book Review by Assist. Prof. Surendra Kumar" on Articles of Faith: Religion, Secularism & the Indian Supreme Court by Ronojoy Sen "This book examines the relationship of religion and the Indian state and seeks to answer the question: 'How has the higherKnow More >
In continuation of our Library Activity "LIBRARY'S TREASURE" under “What’s Happening@ILNU Library”, Today We are going to Display on "Books You Missed to Read". Some Books in our Library are truly Treasure to Read but You missed to Read them.Know More >
EBSCO database training.
We have selected a variety of books from our collection, wrapped them to hide the identity of the Book for your date till you get it. It may be fiction or a non-fiction. You may choose any wrapped book from
Library Orientation - Information Literacy Program - 2019 To make new comers aware from the Library Resources, Services and Rules-Regulations detailed information as lecture Know Your Library delivered by I/c Librarian Ms. Kshama Parikh
In continuation of our Library Activity under “What’s Happening@ILNU Library”, We are going to organise "Book Review by Assist. Prof. Nitesh Chaudhry" on A People`s Constitution – The Everyday Life of Law in the Indian Republic by Rohit De; Princeton