Your module may have a bespoke reading list where your lecturers include the books, articles and other sources they would like you to read for that module.
You can find your reading lists on each module page in MyBeckett.
This guide contains information on the key resources your Academic Librarians recommend for law.
In addition to these, there are thousands of other books, journals, research articles, and other sources that are available to you via the following links:
Discover is your academic search engine, allowing you to quickly search for a broad range of material in your topic area. Some resources are not searchable on Discover however, so you may also want to search separately on Lexis Library and Westlaw if you are searching for case law and legislation. However, Discover can help you find books, and other journal articles, which might be useful if you are researching material for an extended essay or dissertation.
There is a Finding Information page on Skills for Learning which tells you about different types of sources and how to search them. It explains what searching techniques there are so that you can find the most relevant information for your needs. It also has tips on saving results and how to evaluate your sources.