Library of Law 'Ioannis Deligiannis'

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The Library of Law has a collection of more than 100.000 volumes of books and journals (99.192 volumes registered in Catalog & 20.000 volumes of donations and old publications that have not been processed yet). Current journals reach 434 titles of 2.600 issues per year). From the computers of the Library, patrons may access important bibliographic databases with legal content.

History: 

The Library of Law has been operating since the academic year 1998-1999, on the third floor of the building of the Faculties of Law and Economics and Political Sciences, at the initiative of Professor Dim. Papasteriou, Dean of the then Faculty of Law, Economics and Political Sciences. 
Gathering and moving the material was a huge project that lasted a year from 1997 to 1998. The electronic processing of the main collection was completed several years later with the support of the European funding programs “EPEAEK I & II Modernisation of AUTH Library System”.

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Amenities: 

Group study room
Locker
PC for search purposes
Photocopier
Printer
Reading room
Scanner
Wi-Fi network

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Opening hours: 

Mon-Fri: 08.00-15.15 service by appointment only (contact by email or by phone)
For loan and return of books, library card issuances, and certificates for your graduation, please consult with the following announcement (in Greek).
Library of Law News [in Greek]

Easter 2021: Great Mon-Great Wed: 08.00-15.00 / Wed.05.05-Fri.07.05: 08.00-15.00
Holidays/Summer: Contact the Library

Telephone: 

2310 996520, 996522

Email: 

Address : 

School of Law bulding, 3rd floor (307)

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