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Internet Tutorial

Why not try the online tutorials from the Informs Virtual Training Suite to help you find relevant and quality websites on the Internet. Simply click on the image below:

       

UK law reports and official/government publications

The links below will take you to more detailed help with finding relevant material which is available at the University of Hull.

Finding People

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Looking for biographical data?  Rather than trusting to Google or Wikipedia, try the resources below for accurate, bias free information.

 Is the person you are looking for alive or dead?   Try Who's Who and Film Index International for current lives. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, American National Biography and Who Was Who for past lives.

Faculty Funded Databases

How to access DATASTREAM Terminal:

Derwent CS1 computer lab

How to access BLOOMBERG Terminal:

ESK link CS3 computer lab; Derwent CS1 computer lab; Derwent first and ground floor PhD computer labs

How to access COMPUSTAT & EXECUCOMP:

Register at:
http://wrds-web.wharton.upenn.edu/wrds/?register=1

Thomson Reuters Eikon provides a wide variety of market data, allowing users to analyze financial markets. It offers a central search box and web-style navigation. Eikon brings geospatial functi

How to access Thomson Reuters EIKON:

Derwent CS1 computer lab only.

Past Exam Papers

Past exam papers are accessible through the Hydra digital repository.  To get access you need to log into the repository.  Two options are available:

  • Go to http://hydra.hull.ac.uk, click on Sign in in the top bar and enter your campus username and login. There is a link to Examination papers under 'Collections'. 

Useful websites

Law School website - Quick links for current students and staff

The websites below are all freely available on the internet.

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Twitter - @HullLawSchool