From 06.02.2023 – 03.03.2023, the basement levels of the partial library Toskanatrakt will not be accessible to the public due to electrical renovation work.
Required media from the closed areas can be ordered via UBsearch during this period and picked up at the information desk in the Toskanatrakt.
In 1992, the sub-library Toskanatrakt and Firmian-Salm-Haus through the integration of the various institute libraries of the Faculty of Law. Both are publicly accessible open access libraries and contains approximately 390,000 print media. A large part of it can be borrowed. Encyclopaedias, reference works and all journals in printed form can be used in the library. The historical reading room (map gallery) is located in the Toskanatrakt
Labour law – Corporate law – Public law – Public international law – European law – Private Law – Social and economic sciences – Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure – Hayek Library – Kaser Library – Council of Europe, Depository Library of the United Nations – Historical Reading Room (Map Gallery – guided tours)