Project Pegasus Exhibition

The Inn’s Project Pegasus exhibition will be open from Monday 27 February to Wednesday 1 March between 10am and 4pm.

The exhibition will be on the Dais in Inner Temple Hall. Access will be via entrance 3 on this map.

This PDF contains information on the exhibition. See the Second Floor for library developments.

Project Pegasus Latest Update

The Inn’s planning application for the redevelopment of the Treasury Building is now available on the City of London Planning Department’s website.

The Inn will be mounting an exhibition of the proposed scheme with visual depictions of the exterior of the building, interior layouts and a new entrance/reception area for the main building. The exhibition will be open from Monday 27 February to Wednesday 1 March between 10am and 4pm in Inner Temple Hall.

The plans allow for the creation of a third and fourth floor to house an educational centre with training rooms, an auditorium and offices to provide for an increasing requirement for education and training facilities within the Inn.

The plans preserve the use of seven of the existing rooms (Rooms A-G) on the main floor of the Library but not the Library Gallery which becomes part of the new third floor. A book storage room in the basement will house some of the material displaced from the Gallery.

Preliminary work on identifying the alternative facilities needed to run the Inn during the construction phase, estimated to start in spring 2019, will be intensified once the planning application is approved. This will include the provision of a temporary library service.

A set of the latest floorplans for Project Pegasus is available at the Library Enquiry Point.

Library Newsletter Issue 47 – February 2017

The February issue of the Library Newsletter contains:

  • an update on Project Pegasus, the Inn’s planning application and the forthcoming exhibition showing the current proposals for the reconfiguration of the Treasury building, including the Library;
  • a review of our activities and initiatives in 2016;
  • forward dates for legal research training events for new pupils (April) and new students (September/October);
  • features on the launch of the Humanities Digital Library, the Information Law section of AccessToLaw and on new acquisitions.

Inner Temple Library Newsletter Issue 47 – February 2017 (PDF)

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New Books List for October-December 2016

A list of New Titles and New Editions received by the Library between October and December 2016 has just been published.

Opening Hours Over Christmas

Barristers may use the Law Society Library from 21st December, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., 22nd December, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 23rd December, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 3rd January, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please contact them before visiting on 020 7320 5946.

Christmas Opening Hours

The Library will close for Christmas at 2.00 p.m. on Wednesday 21 December and reopen at 9.00 a.m. on Wednesday 4 January 2017. This calendar gives the opening hours of all four Inn Libraries over the Christmas vacation.

Gibraltar Training

Two members of the library team (Tracey Dennis and Simon Hindley) gave a legal research training session at the University of Gibraltar to members of the Gibraltar bar  last Thursday. This was an overview of some of the key points to remember when undertaking legal research and concentrated on the main legal subscription databases. We hope that participants found the session useful.

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Redesigned Library Website

The Library’s website, which has been completely redesigned, is now live. The new site will better showcase library services and facilities, while the new menu structure makes it easier to navigate. The Library Catalogue can also be searched from any part of the site.

The site uses WordPress technology to ensure that it will work on any device – from PC to tablet to smartphone.  Elements of the Library website will be rebranded next year as part of the project currently being carried out for the Inn by the design agency SomeOne.

Library Newsletter Issue 46 – November 2016

The November issue of the Library Newsletter contains news about the Library initiatives for the benefit of new students and pupils and an update on the newly designed Library website; a profile of Inner Temple member Seretse Khama to mark the 50th anniversary of Botswana’s independence; a new interactive timeline charting black British history and the law; and features on a recent gift of rare books from the library of the late Master Le Quesne, new acquisitions, and the Taxation section of AccessToLaw.

Inner Temple Library Newsletter Issue 46 – November 2016 (PDF)

New Books List for July-September 2016

A list of New Titles and New Editions received by the Library between July and September 2016 has just been published.