This page aims to point you in the right direction for the information you need to be successful in your studies.
Whether you want to find a book, an online journal article or other information start your search on HOLLY.
If you want to know more about using journal articles in your work check out the Introducing Journals Guide
Google Scholar is also a good place to search for articles. You can also just use it to search for case law.
You can find these in our alphabetical list of databases:
You may also be interested in these journals:
There is more access to thousands of ejournals on the A-Z title list
Check out lecturer recommended books, journals and websites on HARLO. Search by module code/title or just a keyword such as 'law'
Try using RefWorks to help manage your references. References can be imported direct from both Find it @ Harper and Google Scholar. If you want to learn how to use it, contact us or visit the Referencing page on our website.
There are other tools available, but this is the one we subscribe to (pay for) and has a template for the Harper referencing style.
You can also check out the Cite them right book in the Reference section (shelfmark 808.027/PEA
For further help, and to access the Harper Referencing Guide, visit the Referencing page
You can access most of our resources off campus by logging in to My Account on HOLLY and using your Harper credentials. If you do this before you search or try to access e-resources, you will be automatically logged in to things you can access.
The library offers you access to over 40,000 print books, nearly a 1000 ebooks and over 70,000 online journals.
If you need help in finding stuff for your assignment, or help with your dissy, we are here for you.
Come and find us on the Enquiry Desk on the first floor, or you can email us, phone us or even message us on Facebook!
Always happy to help you.
You can chat to us using LiveChat on the library homepage or you can contact us on Teams - we are here to help you find information for assignments, or for referencing queries.
If your query is more indepth, you can also book a 30 appointment - useful if you need help with finding resources for your HRP.
Got any suggestions for new books or journals? Need help with researching and referencing assignments?
Contact Curwen Thomas - the librarian for Land and Property Management.