The Law Library was established in 2007 and provides specialist support materials for the academic staff, researchers, and students of the KNU Law School. The Law library has around 106,000 books, periodicals, and electronic materials.
- Address: 3-5F (entrance: 4F), Law School, 80 Daehakro, Buk-gu, Daegu 702-701
- ☎ 053-950-4723 ~ 4725
- Monday - Friday: 08:30-21:00 / during vacation: 09:00 - 18:00
- Saturday: 09:00-13:00, Sunday: closed
Check-out limits and lending periods
|Professor(full time lecturer and higher)
|Lecture professor, Affiliated professor
|Staff, Branch faculty, Teaching & research assistant
The general regulations for the library with regard to check-out, extensions, and the handling of late returns are identical with those for the Central Library.
- 3F Conservation room: Reference materials with low frequency of use and historical materials.
- 4F Materials room: Reference materials, periodicals, and degree theses.
- 5F Materials room: Domestic and foreign books.
Facilities and Equipment
|Periodical & Reference room
|Domestic & foreign books room
|PCs for library search
||4F (3) / 5F (1)
|Reading Room Seats
||4F (47) / 5F (29)
Web Databases related to Study of Law
||Country’s largest legal database that provides precedents, laws, annotations, academic society journals, formats, Japanese precedents and laws, laws for daily life, and corporate legal affairs.
||Includes US federal & state precedents, laws, and regulations, law reviews, US patents, EU laws, and British Commonwealth precedents. The full text is provided for all legal information, including law journals and law reviews. In addition to a user interface and various additional functions, browse functions, previously limited to existing laws, are expanded to cover journals.
||Provides legal information from law-specializing publishers, including Verlag C. H. Beck. It also includes German laws, precedents, annotations, handbooks, encyclopedias, law magazines, and formats.
||Provides German legal materials, including German-language legal information system, texts of rulings from the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany and other courts, proof documents, media coverage, and responses.
|TKC Law Library
||Provides an explanation of precedents, law journals, legal information, legal community news cited in LEX/DB Online (precedent information), the largest legal information database of Japan, and links to cited precedents.
||Provides Japanese legal information, precedents, and administrative information in the categories of current laws, precedents, and bibliography. Current laws includes 10,000 instances from the Constitution, precedents includes 180,000 precedents from the last century since the Meiji Era, and bibliography supplies 500,000 texts of documents related to laws and precedents.