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Business Law in a Global Context

Library Hours

Law Library Hours

Make sure to select "Droit"  in the menu to access the law library's hours.

The library hours vary throughout the year due to exams, holidays, and summer hours.

References Services

Need help identifying and locating relevent legal information and materials? Come visit the Reference Librarians at the Reference desk for guidance :

  • Monday - Thursday, 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
  • Friday, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Reference Desk: 514 343-6111 Ext 3756

How to locate Library Documents

Roy's Classification


AUTHOR Chemerinsky, Erwin
TITLE Consitutional Law: Principles and Policies




Represents the subject matter (Constitutional Law, USA) Unique identifier Date of publication
A: Law, General  H: Criminal Law
 B: Legal Theory  I: Commercial Law
 C: Legal History J: Civil Law 
 D: Public International Law  K: Practice & Procedure
 E: Private International Law  W: Social Sciences
 F: Constitutional Law  X: Political Sciences 
 G: Administrative Law  Y: Economics
Z: Varia 
Geographical subdivision
 A: Canada (federation) G: USA 
 B: Québec  H: Europe
 C: Canadian Provinces  I: Africa
D: Commonwealth (British) J: Asia 
 E:United Kingdom  K: Americas
 F: France  Z: Varia
Source (document type)
 A: Indexes, Encyclopic Digests, Dictionaries E: Periodicals
 B: Legislation  F: Documents from public of private organization
 C: Cases

Z: Varia 

D: Books

For more information, please check our detailed classification.


Welcome to the Business Law in a Global Context research guide. Created with your research needs in mind, the guide aims to facilitate your user-experience while searching in Atrium, the Université de Montréal library catalogue.

To explore the Law library website: http://www.bib.umontreal.ca/DR/

General Information/Circulation Desk: 514 343-6111 Ext 7095

Reference Desk: 514 343-6111 Ext 3756

Off-Campus Access to Resources (Proxy)

For off-campus access to Université de Montréal's resources, you must establish a proxy in your computer's settings.

To do so, please follow these online instructions (French only) or visit the library's computer support technician. His desk is located to the east of the library's entrance hall and his availability is listed along the library hours, under "Soutien informatique".

Computer Services Law Library

Wi-fi Internet Access

  • Available throughout the library
  • Login ID and UNIP required
  • Electrical outlets available on study desks

Computers and Tablets

  • Public computers:
    • reference area of the library: 20 computers
    • 5th floor's computer lab: 10 computers
  • Laptops and iPads on loan at the circulation desk
  • Faculty of Law Computer Lab:
    • 40 computers available when there is no ongoing training

Printing, Copying and Scanning

  • Public multifunctional printers (room A-4426)
    • 8½ x 11 (letter):
      • black & white: 9¢
      • colour: 30¢
    • 8½ X 14 (legal):
      • black & white: 10¢
      • colour: 50¢
    • Scanning: 5¢
    • Pay online: Login to SIUM Online Account (change language to "Anglais")
    • Double-sided printing by default
    • Scanning available only with @umontreal.ca email address
    • Any problems? Ask the computer technician.
  • Faculty of Law Computer Lab (room A-4480)
    • Free / included in tuition fees (must bring your own paper)
    • Colour printing not available
    • Scanning not available
    • Any problems? Contact Mr Pierre Lesage (514 343-6111 Ext 2160)

Code of Conduct

In order to maintain a clean and comfortable environment for all students, please respect rules outlined below:

No food Food is strictly prohibited in the library
No noise Noise that disturbs students is strictly prohibited. However, the Whisper zone, one of two study zones within the law library allows you to whisper while studying.
No drinks

 Beverages without spill-proof containers are strictly prohibited

Dernière mise à jour : 02.11.2018 | Mot(s)-clé(s) : droit droit des affaires business law business law in a global context