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.
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.
The July 2016 issue of the Library Newsletter contains news about Summer opening hours, Project Pegasus, and forthcoming events for the benefit of new BPTC students; reports on the BIALL conference and a visit to the City Business Library; a Barrister’s response to “It’s all online, isn’t it?”; and features on new acquisitions and the Competition Law section of AccessToLaw.