(Original post by Polygoof)
I live in London but am not a student of here (I study abroad at a foreign uni, but reside and work in UK).
I registered at various good libraries, including LSE, but there is no access to most important legal journals nor other electronic resources unless you are a law student.
Are there any alternative law libraries here with good access to all legal material?
I don't think you will get remote access anywhere. However, few libraries have a problem with accessing electronic resources on their terminals in their buildings. Generally that doesn't require a password or anything.
For example if you are an undergraduate you can pay for Senate House library access http://www.shl.lon.ac.uk/library/nonuk.shtml. You will get some remote access but not the main legal series, but you will have free access so long as you are within the Ministry of Truth.