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This is the OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog) of the UPD libraries. Search the Library’s holding for books, digital records, academic journals, newspapers, etc. Please use the advance search option to filter as to location of the materials (College of Law) in order for the generated result to be only the library materials available in our LawLib collection.

Click here to search for a title via TUKLAS.


Remote access to subscribed electronic resources

OpenAthens allows users to access multiple electronic resources without needing separate usernames and passwords for each individual vendor.

NOTE: All authorized users of the LawLib can access the subscribed legal databases via a single sign-on authentication using their issued UP webmail as access credentials.

The following subscribed online legal resources are accessible via OpenAthens:

  1. HeinOnline
  2. Lexis Advance
  3. Westlaw Asia
  4. WestLaw Classic

Some of databases accessible via OA (Open Athen) to all authorized users of the Law Library with content related to legal resources are:

  1. JSTOR
  2. Proquest One Academic – includes the academic complete (ebooks) and postgraduate thesis/dissertations
  3. Sage Knowledge
  4. Gale Reference Complete
  5. EBSCO Academic Search Complete
  6. Emerald Insights
  7. Project Muse

Accessing Online Resources Using Open Athens

  1. Login to your UP Email Account

No email account yet? Follow the instructions here.

  1. At the upper right of your screen, click on the Google Apps icon (9 dots)

  1. Scroll down and click on “Open Athens”

  1. Choose your UP email in logging in
  2. Click on “Login” and “Login to MyAthens”

Choose your UP Email account when Logging in

  1. You can now browse different online databases subscribed by UP Diliman


Access to Lexis Advance is via OpenAthens, please refer to the instructions above.

Alternate access for those without UP webmail account is available. Please contact the UP Law Student Government (LSG) for the access credentials valid until 23 October 2021.

Click here to access Lexis Advance using the credentials provided by LSG.


LawLib subscribed to 4 jurisdictions:

  1. Hongkong
  2. Malaysia
  3. Philippines
  4. Singapore

Our subscription includes cases, legislation, commentary, journal and current awareness from this jurisdiction.

Access to WestLaw Asia is via OpenAthens, please refer to the instructions above.


Accessible via the Westlaw Asia landing page, just click the Westlaw Classic tab to be redirected to the Westlaw Classic webpage to access US legal resources like cases, statutes, Regulations, Administrative decision and some international legal materials.
Access to WestLaw Classic is via OpenAthens, please refer to the instructions above.


Access to HeinOnline is via OpenAthens, please refer to the instructions above.

Alternate access for those without a UP webmail account is available. Please contact LawLib by email for the access credentials to use.

Click here to access HeinOnline using the credentials provided by LawLib.


The Philippine Law Journal is a student-edited publication devoted to the promotion of legal scholarship through research and writing. It is the country’s premier student-run and the oldest English language law review journal. It is managed by the Editorial Board, composed of select students of the University of the Philippines College of Law. The Journal publishes four issues every year.

The Philippine Law Journal (PLJ) content is accessible thru their website or to all authorized users of the LawLib through  HeinOnline (access via OpenAthens or  via login credentials which may be requested from LawLib by email).


The “pioneer and market leader in creating and publishing tools that transformed the legal research in the Philippines”. Our subscription consists of 20 access ID’s for the complete libraries (Laws, Jurisprudence, Taxation, SEC, Labor and Social Legislation, Banking Laws and Regulations, Department of Justice, Election, Lexicon of Philippine Legal Terms, Intellectual Property Law) and 120 shared access ID’s for the laws and jurisprudence libraries and legal lexicon distributed 2 shared access ID’s per class block. The Lex Libris database (the predecessor of CDAsia Online) is still accessible within UP Law Library Computer Section only for those who prefer this stand-alone database interface than the online version.