The Swedish Constitution consists of 4 fundamental laws, which are distinct from and take precedence over all other laws:
Print copies of these fundamental laws are on the 4th floor of the law library in the section beginning: KKV2070.
Additionally, the Law Library maintains several databases for Swedish constitutional law research:
All new laws and ordinances enacted by the Swedish Parliament (Riksdag) and the Swedish government (Regeringsknsliet) are published in the Swedish Code of Statutes (Svensk Författningssamling (SFS)). There are several ways to access the SFS:
Additionally, the Law Library subscribes to several databases that help you locate foreign codes. See below.