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CDJ - Court of Justice of the European Union
The Library was established in 1953 when the Court was created. It is part of the Library, Research and Documentation General Directorate. The rules governing the functioning of the Library are contained in the Internal Rules of the Court of 19 February 1975, Chapter V, amended on 18 June 1980.
The Library is essentially a law library, has a specialist character and is first and foremost a working tool for the Members and staff of the Court of Justice in the accomplishment of their tasks.

Postal AddressLuxembourg
Postal CodeL-2925
CountryLUX
Telephone(352) 43032681
Fax(352) 43032424
Email hdb@curia.europa.eu
Web Siteclick to visit
Catalogue:click to visit
Normal Daily Hours Monday to Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

(Opening hours are reduced during judicial vacations)
Visitors AddressRue du Fort Niedergrünewald, Luxembourg
Visitors Postal CodeL-2925
Visitors Telephone(352) 43 03 26 81
Visitors Fax(352) 43 03 24 24
Visitors Email hdb@curia.europa.eu
Visitors policy
Access to the Library is in principle restricted to members and staff of the Court of Justice, the Court of First Instance and other Community institutions.
Outside visitors who have a legitimate interest in using the library (researchers, university teachers, practising lawyers etc.) may be admitted by permission of the Head of Library Division, upon prior written request to be sent to the Library Help-Desk (hdb@curia.europa.eu).
Students who have not completed their primary degree are not admitted.
Works may be consulted in the reading room, where the basic works on Community law, international law and national law of the Member States are to be found.
All the other works in the Library''s collection may be requested at the help-desk.
Loans are possible only within the institution.
System Software SirsiDynix Symphony 3.4.1.1
System Hardware Unix/Oracle
Modules in Use Acquisitions, Cataloguing, Circulation, Serials, E-Library, Enterprise
Standards Applied MARC21, AACR2
Collection Topic The collection contains over 200.000 volumes and more than 1.000 subscriptions to periodicals. It covers the following areas:

* Law
- Eurupean Union and Community law
- International law
- Comparative law
- National law
- General theory of law

* Other areas
- Economics
- Politics
- Social and administrative sciences
- Library management

The Library has a large collection of mono-lingual and multi-lingual dictionaries and a microfiche collection, which covers a large number of official journals, parliamentary acts and other official periodicals. An increasing number of electronic databases, books and periodicals are available on the digital library.
Specialist staff undertake a systematic scanning of all new acquisitions. Any article or other item that is of potential interest to the users of the Library is individually catalogued. As a result, the Library's catalogue is an important source of bibliographical documentation in the field of European Union law and related areas.

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