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Law Library

About

The John & Alison Kearney Law Library supports the learning, teaching and research of the Faculty of Law and is part of the high-quality learning experience for Bond Law students.

Access Arrangements

The Law and Main Libraries are open to Bond staff and students with valid swipe card access. 
Alumni should visit Security to obtain access.

Check in with QR codes and keep a safe distance of 1.5m apart; 1 person per 4m2

Be sure to regularly check our FAQ for services affected by restrictions.

Affected Services

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Tel: +61 7 5595 1510
Location: Building 4. Faculty of Law

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Resources & facilities

Level 2 of the Law Library provides casual seating options and many individual study stations with either desktop computers or laptop facilities. Quiet study spaces are available on Level 2 beside the General Collection area.

Level 3 offers a large number of individual study desks, a computer lab, and two study rooms that can be booked by students.

Book a Study Room

More about Study Spaces

Computers

Computers for student and staff use are located on Level 2 of the Law Library. There is a computer lab on Level 3 of the Law Library.

Printers

Multifunction printers for printing, copying & scanning are located on Level 2 of the Law Library.

More about Printing

The John & Alison Kearney Law Library houses a collection of specialised 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.

The Reserve Collection contains copies of prescribed textbooks and other high demand items and is located behind the Service Desk. The remainder of the collection is located in the General Collection area.

Find in Library Search

Borrowing from the Library

Click on the links below to explore new content:

Consultations

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

  • Researching and navigating law databases and resources
  • Searching and accessing primary and secondary sources of law
  • Searching Library Search for relevant sources
  • Understanding legal referencing styles (AGLC, McGill, etc)
  • Setting up alerts to keep current
  • Reference management advice – EndNote & RefWorks