|The Documentation Centre will be closed during the summer from 7 August until 25 August 2017 due to our move to Roeterseiland.|
The Documentation Centre of the Institute for Information Law contains a specialized collection of books, law journals and reports in the field of information law. The collection of international law journals constitutes the core of the library. Furthermore, the collection contains books on issues like intellectual property, copyright, privacy law, freedom of expression, media law and telecommunications law. The Documentation Centre is a specialized service for the information law researchers and master students of the institute and supplements the collections of the Law Library and University Library of the University of Amsterdam.
Visiting the Documentation Centre
The Documentation Centre serves primarily as a resource for IVIR staff members. Therefore, it is only limited open to the general public.
Tuesday: 10.00 – 17.00 hours
Thursday: 10.00 – 17.00 hours
Visiting the Documentation Centre outside these opening hours is only possible by appointment. See contact details below to get in touch.
It is possible to photocopy, but books and journals are not lend out. A study area is available, as well as access to Eduroam wifi.
Instituut voor Informatierecht
Documentatiecentrum, kamer 1.21
1012 XX Amsterdam
For more information please contact:
The books and journals of the Documentation Centre are included in the general catalogue of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam. The institute’s code is 312.
It is not possible to borrow the books through interlibrary loan.
See also the website of the Law Library for more extended information about law sources.