The Faculties of Laws and Theology Library provide scholarly information resources in law and theology, both in print and electronic formats to academics, students and staff of the respective faculties.The Library's primary goal is to support the curriculum and research needs of both Faculties. In addition, this Library also provides reference and other assistance to registered and outside users.
The Library is located within Block A, New Humanities Building, Faculty of Laws and Faculty of Theology on Level II Room 303. The Library is not just a collection of books but offers wireless connectivity and study spaces for both group work and individual study.
The University of Malta Library subscribes to a number of online databases related to law and theology. The Library’s online resources (databases and Library catalogue) may be accessed anytime and anywhere from any computer with an Internet connection, with your UM IT Account.
This Library manages a separate collection of print dissertations related to law and theology. Print dissertations are available by making a request via email or in person to the Librarian in charge and will be accessible on the next working day. Dissertations cannot be borrowed and must be read within the Library premises. Some dissertations are available in electronic form and may be viewed from dedicated workstations within the Melitensia Department of the Main Library.
Borrowing privileges are available to University of Malta students, academics and staff. Members of the public may use the resources within the Library premises.
Refer to the online catalogue
to get the copy number and the shelfmark and determine if the item you are looking for is in the library.
Please check our opening hours
before your visit.
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