Confused by the range of databases available in the Library?
Come along to our refresher sessions at 10 Fetter Lane, 5th Floor.
Sessions will be run by trainers from the online publishers and will provide an overview of each database. The drop-in sessions will provide an opportunity to ask questions of trainers on a one-to-one basis. Booking is required for the formal sessions at 1pm and 5pm. This can be done by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bloomsbury Online: 1 October 2019
Formal sessions 1pm and 5pm.
Drop-in sessions between 2pm to 5pm.
Westlaw, Lawtel and Practical Law: 16 October 2019
The July issue includes details of summer opening hours and forthcoming activities for new students; updates on BAILII and on databases available in the Library; and features on new acquisitions and on the Parliaments section of AccessToLaw.
The June issue includes an update on the newly-opened temporary Library; an introduction to JustisOne, the new legal research platform from Justis; a personal reflection on libraries in the digital age; and features on new acquisition and the Human Rights section of AccessToLaw.
The Inner Temple temporary library, which will be housed on the fifth floor at 10 Fetter Lane for the duration of the Inn’s Project Pegasus building scheme, will open to users on Tuesday 28 May 2019 at 9am.
Our opening hours will be Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm for the time being.
The Inner Temple Library will CLOSE at 2pm on Thursday 18 April to allow time for the building to be cleared by mid-May with work on Project Pegasus starting soon afterwards. It is expected that the building project will take approximately twenty-two months to complete.
Alternative premises to house a temporaryLibrary for the duration of the project have been taken at 10 Fetter Lane (5th floor).
The temporary library will continue to provide a full range of services to users. These include provision of textbooks (current and old editions), journals, law reports and the Commonwealth collection; access to subscription databases, including Lexis Library and Westlaw; an enquiry service; a document supply service; legal research training and web services. Opening hours will remain the same. Library staff will retrieve books from the Littleton Basement in response to users’ requests as they do now.
More information on the opening date of the temporary library will be posted on our website as it becomes available.