Useful Library class numbers
|624.0681||Construction - Financial Management|
|690||Construction of Buildings|
This is a small selection of journals. Use Discover, Westlaw and Lexis databases for more titles.
If you look at page 52 of Quote, Unquote you will see what information you need to reference a Case in Harvard. We do not mention Westlaw, or any other database name, as Westlaw is not the publisher. Instead we just provide the case reference. An example of a case reference is:
Carlill v. Carbolic Smoke Ball Co.  1 Q.B. 256.
You should see this information at the top of the Case in Westlaw and other databases.
Referencing Government Publications:
Uk government publications (Acts, Statutes, Bills, Legislation) are on page 82 of Quote, Unquote
Again you do not mention the database provider, just the title, and date, and chapter number (c.) if there is one. See the example below, and look at Quote, Unquote for more examples:
Further and Higher Education Act 1991 (c. 13) London: HMSO.
Please note: you might be asked to use the OSCOLA referencing system rather than Harvard. See the box below for more information about OSCOLA. Always check with your tutor to find out which one you need to use. If you are still not certain just email your librarians, Catherine and Ellie.
A selection of legal information databases. Westlaw and Lexis contain different material so remember to check both.
Standards are nationally or internationally recognised ways of setting specifications or tests for products or procedures. In the UK the standards body is the British Standards Institution. Many UK standards are harmonised across Europe (EN) or Internationally (ISO).
British Standards can be searched using:
America has a variety of different standardising bodies for different industries. The AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction) provides free access to its standards online.