October 23rd, 2011 | University

Law library provides access to LawNet

The Yale-NUS campus design aims to integrate elements of Yale’s collegiate style and traditional Singaporean features.
The Yale-NUS campus design aims to integrate elements of Yale’s collegiate style and traditional Singaporean features. Photo by Yale-NUS.

Law students now have access to LawNet, Singapore’s leading website for legal research, according to a post on the Foreign and International blog of the Law School’s Lillian Goldman Library on Thursday.

“LawNet provides access to a host of primary material, such as the Singapore Law Reports, as well as secondary materials, including legal news and reference materials,” the post stated.

Access to LawNet is currently in its trial phase, and students are encouraged to “sample the database and provide … feedback.” The expanded access comes as Yale continues its work with the National University of Singapore to create a liberal arts college, slated to open in fall 2013.