The Juridicum, a decentralised library of the State and University Library Bremen, provides the University of Bremen, and in particular the Faculty of Law, with legal literature. It offers a large number of printed and electronic publications and information in the fields of German, European and international law.
Should you have any questions regarding the use of the Juridicum and our collection, we will be pleased to provide you with competent and user-friendly advice.
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The Rocket.chat service is a basic communication application for the exchange of short messages with the Juridicum staff. The service is available from Monday to Friday between 10 am and 4 pm.more
The legal online portal Juris offers access to more than 6 million legislative texts as well as a comprehensive collection of German and European case law.more
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You also have the opportunity to research the Internet and edit PDF or Office documents at a total of five public computer workstations. You log in using your library card and password. You have a limited time allotment of a few hours to work on the PCs.
|Copy delivery service (service for members of Bremen universities):|
The SuUB offers an order service for papers from its print journals and excerpts from books of the central library and the Juridicum. This service is available for all members of Bremen universities. Further information can be found here.
In principle, the law collection cannot be borrowed.
However, books (H-jur-signatures) can be borrowed by our users by special request. Journals (Z jur), loose-leaf collections (D02 jur), decision collections (E jur) and bibliographies are not available for borrowing.
How can I return my library books?
Books can be returned during opening hours in the library in NW1, alternatively at the circulation desk at the main office or contactless via the return box in front of the main office on campus.
The YouTube- Channel of SuUB provides instructions for the use of Juridicum services. More tutorials are to be made available shortly.
Tutorials already available: