Library

One of the key features of a law school is its’ library. A good library engenders scholarship, learning, and furthers the life of the mind. To support this, the Library has a two-fold mission. The first is to support the research needs of the JSW Law Community with quality texts and other materials. The second is to create a world-class law library and law repository for both the law school and the country.

At this point in time, the Library maintains a small collection of 250 volumes. The majority of these are legal works in the areas of international law, environmental law, cultural heritage and basic law curriculum texts. The Library also subscribes to a number of legal databases such as HeinOnline, Oxford University Press, and HINARI. The Library maintains a small (but growing) collection of materials detailing the history of Bhutan and the history of law within Bhutan.

Interested in exploring our collections? Try our Online Library Catalog, @Wisdom!
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To visit the JSW Law Library, please contact us for an appointment.

To find out about borrowing privileges, access, and other inquiries, please see our policies page or feel free to contact the library staff.