The Library now subscribes to Kemp on Lawtel which provides direct access to a searchable database of over 5,200 quantum reports covering both court awards and out-of-court settlements. The service also provides guidance on all aspects of personal injury claims, drawn from Kemp and Kemp’s commentary, and includes access to the Ogden Tables, JC (JSB) Guidelines and a Schedule of Damages Application.
LexisPSL is now available at the Inner Temple Library on a trial basis until 31 December 2018.
LexisPSL is an online current awareness and practical guidance service. The content is written by a team of in-house lawyers in partnership with contributors from leading chambers and firms. It includes concise practice notes, forms, precedents, authoritative commentary and current awareness. The resource also includes calculators, flowcharts and a comprehensive news service.
The Practice Areas included in the service are:
|Arbitration||Financial Services||Practice Management|
|Banking & Finance||Immigration||Private Client|
|Competition||Information Law||Property Disputes|
|Construction||Insurance & Reinsurance||Public Law|
|Corporate||Intellectual Property & Information Technology||Restructuring & Insolvency|
|Corporate Crime||Life Sciences||Risk and Compliance|
|Dispute Resolution||Local Government||Share Incentives|
|Environment||Planning||Wills and Probate|
LexisNexis staff will be coming in to the Inner Temple to provide training for users throughout the year.
Kathryn Strachan from Lexis will be available in the Library on Thursday 8 February 2018 from 10am to 1pm to answer questions on the service.
Two Royal letters from the Library’s Petyt manuscript collection, Jane the Quene and Edward VI’s Devise for the Succession, were featured in the recent BBC4 series England’s Forgotten Queen: the Life and Death of Lady Jane Grey.
The series, which was presented by the historian Helen Castor, is now available on BBC iPlayer.
A list of New Titles and New Editions received by the Library between October and December 2017 has just been published.
Barristers may use the Law Society Library on Thursday 21 December from 2pm – 5pm and Friday 22 December 9am – 3pm, and from Tuesday 2 January 9am – 5pm to Wednesday 3 January 9am – 5pm. Please contact them before visiting on 020 7320 5946.
On Monday 8 January 2018 the Library is running a training session on the essentials of legal research for new pupils.
The session takes place in the Inner Temple Drawing Room at 5.45 p.m. for a 6 p.m. start. It will finish around 7.30 p.m.
Those wishing to attend can register for a place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library will close for Christmas at 2.00 p.m. on Thursday 21 December and reopen at 9.00 a.m. on Thursday 4 January 2018. This calendar gives the opening hours of all four Inn Libraries over the Christmas vacation.
A list of New Titles and New Editions received by the Library between July and September 2017 has just been published.
We are sure that members of the Inns who have benefited from their legal research skills and comprehensive knowledge of the collections would wish to join us in congratulating two members of the library team, Michael Frost and Simon Hindley, on completing 30 years of service with the Inn.