The Law Library of Victoria includes the combined resources of the Supreme Court, the County Court, the Magistrates' Court and VCAT. The Library is an integral resource for these courts as well as for the legal profession and the community.
Access to the collections varies depending on whether you are a judicial officer, member of the legal profession or member of the community.
Find out more by visiting the Law Library of Victoria website.
The Law Library of Victoria service is totally digital while the Supreme Court Library is temporarily closed.
Using the Library
Library staff are able to provide general assistance for library users. We do not provide a legal research service. If you are representing yourself in legal proceedings you might like to contact the Self-represented Litigants Coordinator.
The most recent judgments of the Victorian Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Victoria can be found in the Law Library of Victoria Bulletin, which is produced each fortnight.
The bulletin contains the catchwords and details about each judgment published in the last fortnight, along with a link to the judgment (PDF format) held in the Law Library of Victoria catalogue.
Visitors are permitted to take photographs (still images only) with hand held devices within the Supreme Court Library for personal use. Cameras may not be permitted to be brought into the Supreme Court precinct..
Photography is not permitted in any other Supreme Court areas.
The Supreme Court of Victoria or the Law Library of Victoria reserves the right to delete inappropriate activity on social media and to request photographs or comments be removed.
210 William Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Phone: 03 8600 2009
More information: Law Library of Victoria website.