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Guided tour of QEII Courts of Law building for students
22 August @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
To learn about the law start here.
Are you a justice, law or PLT student? Become familiar with Queensland’s largest court building by joining a free guided tour with the Supreme Court Library Queensland.
Over one hour you will gain tips about locating and reading a daily law list, learn about courtroom etiquette and explore:
- the Banco Court and a criminal/civil courtroom (subject to availability)
- a range of contemporary public artwork and the judicial portrait gallery
- our current exhibitions
- the Supreme Court Library Queensland.
Angie is our Services Support Librarian. She receives immense fulfilment from the opportunity to engage with students and the community in order to facilitate enriching educational offerings that explore the role of the courts, past and present, in our society, as well as methodologies of legal research.
Kirsten is our Programs Manager (Community Engagement and Education). She is passionate about making the legal system accessible, removing barriers to understanding and creating relevant learning experiences.
Kat is one of our Legal Research and Customer Support Librarians. She is passionate about empowering the community to understand and explore the legal system.
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Email or call us:
- 1300 SCLQLD (1300 725 753)
Gemma Smith, Collision and Improvisation (Ceiling), 2012, Acrylic Paint. Photograph taken by: Greg Henderson for DJAG, 2014.