Visit to Lincoln’ Inn Law Library
Visit to Lincoln’s Inn Law Library
Thursday 19th February 3pm
Lincoln’s Inn in central London is one of the four Inns of Court, and has a membership of barristers and students studying for the Bar. Senior members of the Inn are known as benchers.
Lincoln’s Inn Library is open to members of Lincoln’s Inn and to barristers from other Inns. It is not open to the public or to litigants in person. The Library has extensive collections of books, law reports, legislation and journals, to support the legal practitioner and bar student. Its collections are particularly strong on English law, Commonwealth law, and Parliamentary papers and debates. As the Library has been in existence since the late fifteenth century, it also holds important collections of rare books and manuscripts.
Arrangements for the group to meet prior to the visit will be made once delegates have been allocated places.
Please note that places for this visit are limited.
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