Library

The Library is located on the 3rd floor of the building where the Faculty of Law is located, next to the Deanship Office.

Working Hours:

Monday-Friday 08:00 a.m to 08:00 p.m

During national or summer holidays, the working hours of the library change accordingly and will be displayed on the Announcements menu.

 

Collections:

  • Books
  1. Main Collection Books

The library’s books are located in each of the individual Law Sectors in seven different rooms.

Specifically:

301 Economic and Commercial Law

302 History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law.

303 Civil Procedural Law and Labor Law

304 Civil Law

305 International Studies

306 Public Law and Political Science

307 Criminal Law and Criminology

Library’s Manager Office, Rare Acquisitions

  1. Donation Books

The Faculty of Law has acquired a number of its books and journals from donators. These collections are:

  •  Alexander Papanastasiou Donation, hosted in the Study Room.
  •  K. Karavas, G.-A. Milona, K. Papakonstantinou, A. Svolou, Th. Tsatsou and H. Müller Donations, located in Room 109.
  •  I. Sarris Donation, included in the Journal Collection of the Library.
  •  Markopouliotis Donation, included in the Civil Law Department Book Collection.
  •  U.S.A Government Donation for the 200 years of Independence, which includes Journals and is located in the International Studies Department Journal Collection, Room 308.
  •  I. Deligiannis Donation
  1. Rare Books

Books, which were scattered in the Library's main Book Collection (in all rooms), were gathered in a controlled area of ​​the Library's Secretariat and constitute the rare books collection. These books are non-loanable, but they can be photocopied partially and only with the assistance of the Library's officers. Some of the above publications -mainly of the 18th and 19th centuries- have been gathered in special bookcases at the entrance of the Library.

  •  JOURNALS

The journals are classified by subject alphabetically in different sections of the library :

  • The International Law and Private Law journals can be found in room 308. 
  • The journals of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law and Administrative Law and Political Sciences are located in the main corridor.
  • General subject law journals and the foreign languages journals of the Criminal Law sectors are located in the sunroom, whilst the Greek journals of the Criminal Law are located in the main collection of the respective sector.
  • Other Book Material
  1. Festschrifts

Festschrifts are located in the lobby of room 305 with the indication “HON” above the classification number.

  1. Informative material                                                                                                                                                        Encyclopedias, dictionaries, indexes, yearbooks, bibliographies, compendiums, manuals, codexes etc. can be found mainly in the Study Room with the respective indications. Some of the informative material, such as codexes (annotated or not), book series etc. can be found in the respective sectors.
  2.  Withdrawn Material

Multiple copies of books and journals, as well as older journals can be found in the basement of the new wing of the building.

 

Use of the Library

  1. Photocopies and Prints

The Library provides for its users photocopiers, located in the Library’s sunroom. The machines need a card to work (supplied for a fee from the card vending machine in the Library's reception area). Users shall photocopy the books by themselves. Under the current legislation and the Library Regulations, only the book material included in the Library can be photocopied. Photocopying of any other material is forbidden.

  1. Book loan

The library’s book loan policy is governed by article 4 of the current uniform AUTH Library & Information Centre Regulation.

  1. Wi-Fi
  2. Protection and Control

The Library’s books are protected by an electronic control system. They shall be removed from the Library only after the necessary control by the Loan Department, which takes place (mainly) at the exit of the Library. Users of the Library, whether they belong to the members of the University Community or not, shall protect Library’s books and other material, keep rooms clean and maintain order.