Law Liasion


Welcome to the University Of Zimbabwe Faculty Of Law Library, the most comprehensive and in-depth legal information resource centre in Zimbabwe. The collection comprises of a selection of books on local and foreign law, law reports, statutes, and journals in both print and electronic formats and serves the needs of Faculty of Law students and staff, as well as the Zimbabwean legal fraternity. The quality, depth and diversity of the collection reflect the courses taught and research interests of the Law Faculty.


Collection Overview

Print Collection

The Law Library houses over 36000legal texts, among the texts are core primary sources which include:

  • Subsidiary Legislation (1956 - 1980s)
  • Statutes (1899 to date)
  • Zimbabwe Law Reports (1911- to date)
  • South Africa Law Reports
  • Hallisbury Statutes
  • Common Wealth Law Reports
  • Human Rights Collection
  • Dissertations

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1. Access to Research for Development and Innovation (ARDI)

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4. Oxford Journals Collection

5. Taylor & Francis Journals

6. Wiley Online Library

New Books

Author Title Publisher Year
Mitsuo Matsushita The World Trade Organisation, Law, Practice and Policy Oxford University Press 2015
Indira Carr International trade law Routledge 2014
Malabakeng Agnes Forere The relationship of WTO Law and regional trade agreements in dispute settlements Wolters Kluwer 2015
Peter Van den Bossche The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organisation Cambridge University Press 2016
Michael Trebilcork The Regulations of International Trade Routledge 2013
Carlos M. Correa Trade related aspects on intellectual property rights Oxford University Press 2007
Lovemore Madhuku Labour Law in Zimbabwe Weaver Press 2015