Library & Computer Facilities
The ILF library, located in the House of Finance, is based on the extensive law collection of the former Institute of Foreign and International Business Law (AIW) and contains more than 30,000 volumes, including about 100 international periodicals. We subscribe to the Jurisdata, LexisNexis and WestLaw databases. In addition, we have electronic access to legal, economic and finance journals via the City and University Library (Stadt- und Universitätsbibliothek).
We are in close proximity to the main collections of the City and University Library, along with the various libraries of the University’s Department of Law and the Department of Business and Economics. The Deutsche Bibliothek, the national library and national bibliographic information center for the Federal Republic of Germany, is also located in Frankfurt. The library resources of the Deutsche Bundesbank are also accessible to students.
A computer room in the House of Finance allows the students to access all databases and the internet over stationary desktops and numerous notebook cable sockets. ILF students can use the library and computer facilities every day around the clock.
ILF students are full members of the University community and are eligible to use all facilities available to students of the University.