Forensic Sciences


Kluwer Law Online

Kluwer Law Online is the gateway to Kluwer Law International publications, including journals and articles touching on various legal aspects.
Our subscription includes all journals (30), 1 manuals (1) and 7 encyclopaedias focused on the latest developments in international, regional, and national legislation, regulation, and case law in the following practice areas:
  •     Arbitration, Litigation & Mediation
  •     Comparative Law
  •     Competition Law
  •     Corporate & Commercial Law

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

The Oxford DNB was first published in 2004 in print (60 vols.). Since 2005 regular updates have extended the Dictionary’s coverage, now including biographies of more than 60,000 men and women who died in or before the year 2016—plus 536 ‘Theme’ articles for reference and research.
The Dictionary offers concise, up-to-date biographies written by named, specialist authors. It is overseen by academic editors at Oxford University, UK, and published by Oxford University Press.




Dalloz is a French legal database containing  legal journals,  legislation, legal commentaries and case law.
The legal fields that are included in our subscription are the Pack civil Services package (civil law and family law).


Beck-online is one of the most important banks in the German legal system, with time coverage starting in 1947.
It provides UniPi authorized users with information on multiple areas of law with documents of legislation, jurisprudence, doctrine, journals, forms and commentaries published by Beck.

Early European Books online

ProQuest with Early European Books has embarked on a European-wide project which will trace the history of printing in Europe from its origins (circa 1450s) to 1700. The contents are drawn from major repositories including the Danish Royal Library, the National Central Library in Florence, the National Library of France, the National Library of the Netherlands, and the Wellcome Library in London.


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