The John & Alison Kearney Law Library supports the learning, teaching and research of the Faculty of Law and is part of the exceptionally high quality learning experience enjoyed by Bond Law students. The Law Library provides access to an extensive range of materials, both online and in print. With respect to Australian material the collection aims to be comprehensive and with respect to other jurisdictions, particularly Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, material is collected in depth in relation to fields taught or researched within the Faculty. International commercial and trade law is another area of focus.

Today's Hours: 
Tel: +61 7 5595 1510
Location: Building 4

  • Group Study Rooms (2)
  • Chargebar
  • Computers & Wi-Fi
  • Printing & copying

Resources & facilities

Make the most of these handy guides on law and research topics to get ahead in your studies.

Level 3 of the Law Library is available for quiet individual or group study. Quiet conversation is permitted but students are requested to keep noise levels low and not impact on the ability of other students to study undisturbed. The Law Library has two bookable group study rooms.

Study Spaces on Campus

Group Study Room Bookings


Recharge your batteries! Plug in your phones and other mobile devices using the variety of adapters available at the chargebar located on Level 2.

Short loan lockers

Eight lockers are available for three hour loan from the service desk on presentation of a student ID card.

The John & Alison Kearney Law Library houses a collection of specialized law resources in print and audiovisual formats. This collection includes an extensive range of primary and secondary information sources for Australia and many other jurisdictions.

Find in Library Search

Subscribe to the following RSS feed to get weekly updates of new books received in the Law Library.

Or open the feed link in a browser that supports RSS or has RSS browser addons/extensions.

How to subscribe to RSS feeds:
  1. Right-click the link and select copy
  2. Paste the link into the RSS Feed Reader
  3. The RSS feed is updated every Monday

Check for instructions specific to your RSS Feed Reader as each reader may have different instructions for subscribing to feeds.

If there is a book in the RSS feed that you are interested in and it's not available on the shelf you can log into your Library account and place a hold on it.


Make an appointment with a law librarian, for one-on-one help with:

  • Literature searching
  • Choosing relevant sources
  • Setting up alerts to keep current
  • Reference management – EndNote & RefWorks
  • Citing with the Australian Guide to Legal Citation 3rd edition