Formation and development of the Information Resource Center of the Tashkent State University of Law (hereinafter - IRC TSUL) is directly linked with the history of education and development of the university itself. In 1918, the IRC TSUL was originally established as a library in the Turkestan State University, and in 1924 - as a library of the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Central Asian State University.
In accordance with Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated June 20 2006 No. PD-381 “On the organization of information and library services for the population of the Republic”, the library of the Institute was transformed into the Information and Resource Center.
IRC of TSUL was established in accordance with the Decrees of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan of June 28, 2013 No. PD-1990 “On measures of further improving the system of pre-service training of legal personnel” and of 28 April 2017 No. PD-2932 “On measures of radical improvement of the system and increasing the efficiency of staff training in Tashkent State University of Law”. There are 5 sections in the Information Resource Center.
- Department of “Information and library resources service”.
- “Scientific-methodical and information-dates department (periodical publishing’s)”.
- Department of “Information and library resources collection, cataloging and systematization”.
- Department of “Working with foreign information and library resources”.
- Department of electronic information resources.
Today IRC has general fund with more than over 300 thousand copies of domestic and foreign periodicals. The information and resource center has a main reading room, a scientific reading room and a reading room of unique literature. All the rooms are equipped with modern computers with Internet access, without restrictions, moreover, Wi-Fi zones are installed throughout the IRC.
IRC carries out reference and bibliographic and information services for students, faculty, university researchers and a wide range of readers.
The IRC is not limited to local publishers, but is supplemented by legal literature from international partners from the University of Glasgow (UK), Boston School of Law, Nagoya University (Japan), and London School of Law.
Work days: Monday-Friday from 8³° to 22°°. Saturday from 9°° to 18°°.