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 February issue includes an update on Project Pegasus, and in particular on the relocation of the Library during the implementation period; a review of our activities during 2018; an invitation to pupils to take part in a consultation about their legal research training needs; and features on the Company Law and Insolvency sections of AccessToLaw, and on new acquisitions.
The October issue includes details of a forthcoming exhibition of Library manuscripts and rare books; our current display marking Black History Month; recent and forthcoming events for the benefit of new students and pupils; and features on new acquisitions and on the United States section of AccessToLaw.
The July issue contains an update on Project Pegasus; details of summer opening hours, forthcoming activities for new students, and our new subscription to Bloomsbury Professional Online Service, which includes remote access; a retrospective on the 2018 BIALL Conference; and features on new acquisitions and the Shipping Law section of AccessToLaw.
The May issue contains news about the Bar Liaison Committee’s current survey concerning Project Pegasus and about the forthcoming Qualifying Session on legal research; a message from our newest member of staff; and features on recent enquiries, new acquisitions, and the Local Government section of AccessToLaw.
The January issue contains a review of our activities and new initiatives in 2017; an update on online resources (trial of Lexis PSL and new subscription to Kemp on Lawtel); forward dates for legal research training events; and features on Law PORT: Online Training Tutorials, the Religion section of AccessToLaw, and new acquisitions.
The October issue includes an update on Project Pegasus; reports on recent outreach and training events for new students and pupils respectively; news of our revised Guide to sources of transcripts; and features on our contribution to celebrations of Black History Month, on new acquisitions, and on the Europe section of AccessToLaw.
The July issue includes details of summer opening; an update on Project Pegasus; details of forthcoming events for new students and pupils; news of the revised Guide to sources of transcripts; and features on new acquisitions, recent manuscript research projects involving the Library’s collections, and the media law section of AccessToLaw.
The April issue of the Library Newsletter includes news of the revised booklet Library Resources for the Bar, the relaunch of the AccessToLaw website, newly available online sources of Commonwealth Caribbean case law, a retrospective marking ten years of the Current Awareness blog, an update on legal research training opportunities, and features on the History of the EU timeline (launched on “Brexit Day”), new acquisitions, and the Education section of AccessToLaw.
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.