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Library of Faculty of Law and Political Sciences

Opening hours
Monday: 9.00-19.00
Tuesday: 9.00-19.00
Wednesday: 9.00-19.00
Thursday: 9.00-19.00
Friday: 9.00-16.00
Saturday: 9.00-16.00
Sunday: Closed

Route, contacts
Address:
E-mail: bagu [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu
Phone: 06-1/411-6500/2633
Library code: B2 89
Route:

News

European Documentation Centre in the Library of Faculty of Law and Political Sciences

Library of Faculty of Law and Political Sciences

 

We inform our readers about the opening of the free accessible European Documentation Centre in the Library of Faculty of Law and Political Sciences.

Who can register?

Students
Professors
External

Details of registration

 

Membership is free for students and professors of the Faculty and for other employees of the University.

Students get their entrance card in the Library. Students and professors of other universities can register for an annual fee of 1000 HUF, or visit the Library with a day ticket of 150 HUF.

Annual registration fee for other visitors is 5000 HUF, day ticket is 300 HUF.

Replacement of a lost entrance card costs 300 HUF for everyone.

Annual membership applies in case of university members for one session (from September to September), in case of other visitors for one calendar year from the date of registration.

Alapgyűjtemények

Apart from university and college students only those can obtain access to theses stored in the ELTE Faculty of Law Faculty Library who are carrying out research and can prove this fact.

In every case a further condition of obtaining access is a written certification and consent from the Dean. For students of ELTE Faculty of Law or of other universities, a signature of the consultant and departmental stamp is needed. The consent of the Dean is solicited by the Library upon written application left at the reading-room staff. Incomplete or false applications are rendered void.

Order of application:

1.        Fill in the application: for students of the ELTE, for other students, for researchers. Application forms can be found in the gallery, in the research room, in the coloured file-folders or can be downloaded from the website.

2.        Let your consultant/leader of the department/research leader sign the application, and ask for the departmental round stamp. Important! The application is only valid with the round stamp!

3.        Leave your application at the reading-room librarian, who will direct it to the Dean for approval. Collected applications are considered once a week.

Important!

A maximum of 5 theses can be obtained at a time and they can be used for 5 days in the reading-room. After the deadline access must be applied for again.

It is strictly forbidden to photocopy theses!

 

Catalogues:

Card catalogue of theses prior to 1998 is found in the catalogue room. Information on later theses can be found and can be searched by author or subject in the online catalogue (OPAC) of ELTE http://opac.elte.hu)

2012-05-10 12:15

Apart from university and college students only those can obtain access to theses stored in the ELTE Faculty of Law Faculty Library who are carrying out research and can prove this fact.

In every case a further condition of obtaining access is a written certification and consent from the Dean. For students of ELTE Faculty of Law or of other universities, a signature of the consultant and departmental stamp is needed. The consent of the Dean is solicited by the Library upon written application left at the reading-room staff. Incomplete or false applications are rendered void.

Order of application:

1.        Fill in the application: for students of the ELTE, for other students, for researchers. Application forms can be found in the gallery, in the research room, in the coloured file-folders or can be downloaded from the website.

2.        Let your consultant/leader of the department/research leader sign the application, and ask for the departmental round stamp. Important! The application is only valid with the round stamp!

3.        Leave your application at the reading-room librarian, who will direct it to the Dean for approval. Collected applications are considered once a week.

Important!

A maximum of 5 theses can be obtained at a time and they can be used for 5 days in the reading-room. After the deadline access must be applied for again.

It is strictly forbidden to photocopy theses!

 

Catalogues:

Card catalogue of theses prior to 1998 is found in the catalogue room. Information on later theses can be found and can be searched by author or subject in the online catalogue (OPAC) of ELTE http://opac.elte.hu)

2012-05-10 12:15

Apart from university and college students only those can obtain access to theses stored in the ELTE Faculty of Law Faculty Library who are carrying out research and can prove this fact.

In every case a further condition of obtaining access is a written certification and consent from the Dean. For students of ELTE Faculty of Law or of other universities, a signature of the consultant and departmental stamp is needed. The consent of the Dean is solicited by the Library upon written application left at the reading-room staff. Incomplete or false applications are rendered void.

Order of application:

1.        Fill in the application: for students of the ELTE, for other students, for researchers. Application forms can be found in the gallery, in the research room, in the coloured file-folders or can be downloaded from the website.

2.        Let your consultant/leader of the department/research leader sign the application, and ask for the departmental round stamp. Important! The application is only valid with the round stamp!

3.        Leave your application at the reading-room librarian, who will direct it to the Dean for approval. Collected applications are considered once a week.

Important!

A maximum of 5 theses can be obtained at a time and they can be used for 5 days in the reading-room. After the deadline access must be applied for again.

It is strictly forbidden to photocopy theses!

 

Catalogues:

Card catalogue of theses prior to 1998 is found in the catalogue room. Information on later theses can be found and can be searched by author or subject in the online catalogue (OPAC) of ELTE http://opac.elte.hu)

2012-05-10 12:15
Name Position Title E-Mail Phone
Edina Kiss librarian pravda [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411-6500/2024
Gabriella Bagu librarian bagu [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411-6500/3170
Gabriella Zvada Librarian zvada [dot] gabriella [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411-6500/2634
Ildikó Szekér librarian szeildiko [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411-6500/2634
Janka Dérné Hopoczky lawyer janka [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411-6500/2632
Judit Szabó librarian judit_szabo [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411-6500/2115
Klaudia Kovács Librarian kovacs [dot] klaudia [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411-6500/2634
Mónika Varróné Fekete Librarian fekete [dot] monika [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411-6500/2026
Gyuláné Pávó librarian pvica [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411-6500/2627

Library

Name Position Title E-Mail Phone
Dániel Rényi renyi [dot] daniel [at] ajk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411-6500/2629

The Faculty Library is public

In its reading room of 150 seats the library provides access to specialised literature, reading, research and learning facilities for professors and students alike. The library offers on-site use only; its collection may not be borrowed (except for professors and other employees of the faculty, to who special rules of borrowing apply).

The Faculty Library has no long history. Since 1635, the foundation of the University, for two and a half centuries the University Library has provided library services in all fields of science. The Faculty Council has decided in 1957 to establish a collection for professors and students. Building up the Library started with the departmental (former seminar) collections, the so-called national book collection of the National Széchényi Library, and with buying antiquarian and new books.  A 54-seat reading room was established from former lecture rooms on the ground floor of the Faculty. The University decided in 1993 to extend the Library. The collection has been moved to the first floor to an 18-seat makeshift reading room, the rest of the books were transferred to depositaries in Törökbálint and the construction started on the ground floor and in the contiguous basement storerooms. The reading room, with the adjoining rooms, workplaces and the depository was finished in the summer of 1998. The development of the Faculty Library to a research library started in 2010, and thus the acquisition policy has altered, collecting research guides and foreign language legal dictionaries has become a priority. The Faculty is constantly looking for new resources to continue with these acquisitions.


 

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