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Welcome to C J Koh Law Library. [email protected] Gardens 469D Bukit Timah Road Singapore 259773. A Tutorial for First Year Students. Presented by: Carol Wee Contents by: Lee Su-Lin 13 August 2008. Outline Introduction to C J Koh Law Library

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Welcome to C J Koh Law Library

[email protected] Gardens

469D Bukit Timah Road

Singapore 259773

A Tutorial for First Year Students

Presented by: Carol Wee

Contents by: Lee Su-Lin 13 August 2008

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Outline

  • Introduction to C J Koh Law Library
  • - History, Collection, Services & Facilities
  • - NUS Libraries Portal
  • - C J Koh Law Library Homepage
  • Searching LINC+
  • Singapore Legislation
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The NUS Libraries

Chinese Library

C J Koh Law Library

Central Library

Hon Sui Sen

Memorial Library

Medical Library/Science Library

Music Library

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The NUS Libraries

  • Rich knowledge hub
  • Gateway to electronic resources
  • Place for study and research

As a student of NUS, you have access to all NUS Libraries

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C J Koh Law Library

History

This library was originally established in September 1957, catering primarily to the Faculty of Law at the Bukit Timah Campus.

In April 1980, the Law Library moved to new premises at Kent Ridge, occupying two floors of the Faculty of Law building.

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C J Koh Law Library

History

On 1st January 2001, the Law Library was renamed the C J Koh Law Library, in appreciation of Mr Koh Choon Joo’s generous donations to the library. After extensive renovations which began in July 2000, the library celebrated its official opening by the Honourable Chief Justice Yong Pung How on 27 February 2002.

Following the Government\'s announcement to reallocate Bukit Timah Campus to NUS on 28 May 2005, the Law Library made its historic return to its first home in August 2006.

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Collections

The C J Koh Law Library has a rich collection of local, foreign and international legal resources.

The library’s traditional strength is in the common law. Apart from a comprehensive collection of Singapore legal materials, the library also has extensive collections of legal resources from Australia, Canada, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

The library has developed collections on comparative and international law, international trade law as well as the laws of the European Community.

The library’s print collection is bolstered by subscriptions to online legal resources which are available via the NUS Libraries Portal (http://libpweb.nus.edu.sg/). Major databases include LexisNexis and HeinOnline.

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Collections

E-Resources

Legislation/Law Reports

Singapore/Malaysia

Current Journals,Reference

RBR,Holdshelf,Theses

Legislation/Law Reports

Entrance

1st storey

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Collections

Bound Journals

Bound Journals

2nd storey

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Collections

Books, ASEAN, Chinese

Books

3rd storey

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Services & Facilities

PhotocopyingNetwork printing

Self-service fines payment

Self-service check-out

$$

Information &

Loans

PC cluster

PC cluster

1st storey

Note: Photocopy facilities available on all levels.

Beware © !

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Services & Facilities

Loans

  • Loan entitlement:
  • Undergrads: 10 items
  • Final yr: 15 items
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NUS Libraries Portal

Access from NUS homepage http://www.nus.edu.sg.Select Libraries in the left column:

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NUS Libraries Portal

http://libpweb.nus.edu.sg/

Services

Resources

Information

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NUS Libraries Portal

Member Login

  • Login to:
  • access myLINC for library record
  • access E-formsfor services
  • access E-Resources
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NUS Libraries Portal

Resources

  • Access to:
  • E-resources including LINC+; mostly accessibleoff-campus

Selection of

Major databases

  • Exam Papers
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NUS Libraries Portal

For a comprehensive listing of law databases, select:E-Resources > Databases > By Subject > Law

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LINC

LINC+

The Library INtegrated Catalogue

Enter keywordsearches here

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LINC

LINC+

The catalogues in the Library have a different screen display.

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LINC

LINC+

  • Keyword search for books, law reports, law journals, etc.
  • View full texts of e-books and e-journals
  • Request for items E.g. books on loan, on order, in Law Library closed stacks, etc.
  • Note: To obtain materials from other NUS Libraries, approach library staff at Loans Desk or send an email with relevant details to [email protected]
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myLINC

myLINC

Login to view your library record

  • View your loans
  • Check fines, if any
  • Renew items (2 times max.)
  • Check if requested items are ready for pick-up
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myLINC

myLINC

Click here to access your loan record

Select

myLINC

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myLINC

myLINC

Enter your student number and Smartcard PIN

to access your library record

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Law Library Homepage

http://libpweb.nus.edu.sg/llb/index.html

Access to

  • information about the Library
  • the library’s onlineresources
  • legal researchguides and tutorials
  • legal resources on the Web
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Searching LINC+

Book By Title

e.g. Indian Legal System

Input titleand press

<Enter>

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Searching Books

Searching LINC+

Book By Title

e.g. Indian Legal System

Select title

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Searching for Books

Searching LINC+

Book by Title

e.g. Indian Legal System

  • Take note of:
  • Status
  • Location
  • Call number

This book is on

loan. To reserve,

click on:

Find out more

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Searching for Books

Searching LINC+

Reserving a Book

Select Request

Enter Student number and Smartcard PIN.

Then follow instructions on next screen to reserve book.

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Searching for Books

Searching LINC+

Book by Author and Title

e.g. Atiyah and contract

Enter part of

author’s name

and title

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Searching for Books

Searching LINC+

There is more than

1 edition of this book.

Select relevant edition.

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Searching for Books

Searching LINC+

Book by Topic

e.g. business law singapore

Enter relevanttopic

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Searching LINC+

Select relevanttitle

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Searching LINC+

Book by Topic

e.g. business law singapore

Take note thatthis book is

available in other

NUS Libraries

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Searching LINC+

Journal

e.g. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies

Enterjournal title

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Searching LINC+

Journal

e.g. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies

Click here to view

location of print

copies

Click here to view

electronic version

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Primary Sources

Primary sources of law are authoritative records of law made by the law-making bodies of Singapore.

The 2 main sources of law are:

  • Legislation
  • Statutes
  • Subsidiary legislation
  • Quasi-legislation

2. Case Law

Decisions of the Singapore courts.

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S’pore Legislation

The 2 main sources of legislation in Singapore today:

I. Statutes of the Republic

of Singapore

(primary legislation)

Print: K7399 1985

II. Subsidiary Legislation of

the Republic of Singapore(secondary legislation)

Print: K7449 1990

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S’pore Legislation

From Bill to Act

Attorney-General’s Chambers

Draft bill

Parliament

  • Introduction/
  • First Reading
  • Bill
  • Parliamentary debate
  • Second Reading
  • Bill
  • Parliamentary debate

Committee Stage

  • Committee of the
  • whole House
  • Bill
  • Parliamentary debate
  • Select Committee
  • Bill
  • Select Committee report
  • Third Reading
  • Bill
  • Parliamentary debate

Presidential Council for Minority Rights

Bill

Presidential Assent

Bill to Act

Government Printer

Gazetting

Act

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S’pore Legislation

The Act and its Amendments

The Act

Amendments to Act

Consolidation of amendments

Consolidated Version of Act

Online:http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

Rules made

pursuant to Act

Singapore Subsidiary

Legislation

Print: K7449 1990

Substantial amendments

to Act

Revised Edition of Act

(authoritative version)

Print: K7399 1985

Act Supplement

E.g. 20 of 1998

Print: K7399 SA

Subsidiary Legislation

Supplement

E.g. S 404/2000

Print: K7449 SLS

  • Bill
  • Parliamentary debate/ Select committee report
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S’pore Legislation

The Act and its Amendments

Revised Editions of the Singapore Statutes

1955 Rev. Ed.

1970 Rev. Ed.

1985 Rev. Ed.

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S’pore Legislation

Current Versions of the Singapore Acts

I. The Revised Edition

  • heavily amended Acts are revised by the Law Revision Commission, AGC
  • the authorised version of the Act
  • details: http://www.agc.gov.sg/publications/revised_edition_of_law.htm

II. The Consolidated Version

  • Acts updated monthly by AGC
  • available on Singapore Statutes Online:http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/
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S’pore Legislation

I. Current Revised Edition

e.g. Computer Misuse Act

Title of Act

Chapter No.

Original Act

Act amended by

Act Supplements

Previous Rev. Eds.

Current Rev. Ed.

Date currentRev. Ed. came into effect

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S’pore Legislation

II. Consolidated Version

e.g. Computer Misuse Act

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S’pore Legislation

Getting the Statutes

Search in LawNet2

Print or

Electronic?

electronic

Search for Cap no. using Alphabetical or Subject Index at Loans Desk. Then ask for Act by Cap no.

Rev Ed.

print

Rev Ed. or Consolidated version?

Search or browseSingapore Statutes Online

Consolidated version

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S’pore Legislation

Where to Find Them

*Refer to LINC for exact location in library

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S’pore Legislation

Where to Find Them

*Refer to LINC for exact location in library

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S’pore Legislation

Where to Find Them

*Refer to LINC for exact location in library

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S’pore Legislation

Where to Find Them

*Refer to LINC for exact location in library

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S’pore Legislation

  • For more information, refer to the online tutorial Sources of Singapore Law
  • http://libpweb.nus.edu.sg/lion/llb/Legislation.pps
  • For details on statutory laws in general:
  • Helena H.M. Chan, The Legal System of Singapore (Singapore: Butterworths, 1995).
  • Print: KE5020 Cha
  • Robert C. Beckman, Brady S. Coleman & Joel Lee, Case Analysis and Statutory
  • Interpretation, 2nd ed.(Singapore: Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, 2001).
  • Print: KE5280 Bec
  • For detailed accounts of the history of the Acts:
  • Elizabeth Srinivasagam, comp., Tables of the Written Laws of the Republic of Singapore
  • 1819-1971 (Singapore: Malaya Law Review, 1972).
  • Print: K7574 1971
  • G.W. Bartholomew, Elizabeth Srnivasagam & Pasca Baylon Netto, Sesquicentennial
  • Chronological Tables of the Written Laws of the Republic of Singapore 1834-1984
  • (Singapore: Malaya Law Review, 1987).
  • Print: K7574 1984
  • Michael F. Rutter, The Applicable Law in Singapore and Malaysia: a Guide to Reception,
  • Precedent and the Sources of Law in the Republic of Singapore and the Federation of
  • Malaysia (Singapore: Malayan Law Journal, 1989).
  • Print: KE5020 Rut
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Thank You!

Contact us:Address: 469D Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 259773

Tel: 6516 2043

Email: [email protected]

URL: http://libpweb.nus.edu.sg/llb/index.html

Presented by: Carol Wee

Prepared by: Lee Su-LinUpdated 19 Aug 2008

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